Corpus ID: 36236899

Making decisions about fertility--three facts GPs need to communicate to women.

@article{Mazza2012MakingDA,
  title={Making decisions about fertility--three facts GPs need to communicate to women.},
  author={D. Mazza and L. Cannold and C. Nagle and Fiona C. McKay and Bianca Brijnath},
  journal={Australian family physician},
  year={2012},
  volume={41 5},
  pages={
          343-6
        }
}
BACKGROUND Average annual fertility rates in industrialised countries have been below two children per woman for the past 3 decades. The reasons behind women's childbearing behaviour are complex. However, a lack of awareness regarding the consequences of delayed childbearing and the inability of reproductive technologies to overcome the 'biological clock' may be contributory factors. OBJECTIVE A narrative review guided by the research question: What do women need to know about the… Expand
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