[Age and fertility (author's transl)].

@article{Jouannet1983AgeAF,
  title={[Age and fertility (author's transl)].},
  author={Pierre Jouannet},
  journal={Contraception, fertilite, sexualite},
  year={1983},
  volume={11 7-8},
  pages={911-4}
}
Increased life expectancy among human populations has been accompanied by little change in the reproductive age span, and the age groups of highest fertility are actually contracting. According to Leridon, in 18th century France 30% of births were to women 35 and over, compared to 18.5% in the early 20th century, 14% in 1964, and 8% in 1975. Among evidence… CONTINUE READING