fertility
Oct 25, 2018

How Does Age Affect My Fertility?

WATCH: Dr. Tracy Malone explains the need-to-know on biological versus chronological age.
By: Team Knix
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When women turn 35, there's a tendency to panic. Naturopathic doctor and co-founder of Conceive Health Tracy Malone explains the need-to-know on biological versus chronological age.

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