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One in Three Women Will Have Children Naturally After IVF Failure

July 29, 2016

(The Telegraph) – Women struggling to conceive should not despair if fertility treatment does not work, after a new study suggested that one in three will still become mothers. Anecdotally, many couples claim to have become pregnant unexpectedly after abandoning the hope of ever having children. But until now there has never been any evidence to suggest that it is true.

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