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Are you future-proofing your fertility?

We're seeking stories from young people who have a plan for making babies in their future.
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We're seeking stories from young people who have a plan for making babies in their future.

From mother-in-laws to magazines, reminders that a woman's biological clock is ticking are everywhere.

While mothers are getting older and IVF is increasingly common, conceiving is undeniably harder later in life.

Ahead of Fertility Week, November 1-7, we're seeking stories from young people (under 30) who have a plan for making babies in their future.

Perhaps you've decided to have kids early to avoid future uncertainty about your fertility, or have frozen your eggs, or have looked into other options for starting a family in the future.

Let us know how you've future-proofed your fertility by hitting the big button below. App users: email stuffnation@stuff.co.nz. We'll be running a series of stories on Stuff, and may also be in touch about including your story via Fertility Week.

 

 - Stuff Nation

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