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pandora_88 - October 31st, 2010 12:29 PM

its not only women who have ticking biological clocks. men also have ticking clocks. Studies show that men after 40 years old will have a hard time fathering kids regardless of the mother's age. 70% of pregnancies are most likely to fail for men at this age.


josephc57 - October 31st, 2010 10:56 PM

i believe that this is nature's way of ensuring that only the healthiest of our speices go on to propagate the world. So it is natural that you experience a "slow down" when you reach 40.


Glear - October 31st, 2010 11:56 PM

Are you saying the sperm of older men are weaker and less potent than those of younger ones? The resulting offspring would be weaker too, or deficient in many ways? I've known lots of men over 40 who've fathered kids from out of extra-marital affairs with their illegitimate children as healthy as any other boy or girl from some younger couple.


josephc57 - November 1st, 2010 6:05 AM

Lol Extra-marital effairs? Coudln't you have picked a better example Glear?
Oh is this based on experience? :P


jonessamantha25 - January 28th, 2011 1:34 PM

Glear just made it clear that men over 40 cheat. Anyway, just because studies show that men over 40 have a hard time fathering children, it doesn't mean that men over 40 in another region have a hard time fathering children.


K3lly - February 3rd, 2011 9:32 PM

as i have learned, that men has no limits for pregnancies..i mean they can still make a child... compared to adult women.., except only if they have complications or very old enough like 100 and above


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