32 min

The Fertility Cliff: Should We Really Be Worried? The Bustle Huddle

    • Society & Culture

Should we really be worried about falling off the fertility cliff? Is 35 the magic age where everything just stops working? How do we as women separate the truths about fertility from the myths, lies, and unknown?

Join us as we visit the WNYC studio to discuss fertility and age with Molly Webster of Radiolab, call Elizabeth Katkin, author of "Conceivability: What I Learned Exploring The Frontiers of Fertility" and speak to a contributor to Romper's new series Trying.

Check out the first episode of Radiolab's Gonads series, The Primordial Journey.

Check out Romper's new series Trying here.

Find Elizabeth Katkin's new book "Conceivability: What I Learned Exploring the Frontiers of Fertility" here.

Should we really be worried about falling off the fertility cliff? Is 35 the magic age where everything just stops working? How do we as women separate the truths about fertility from the myths, lies, and unknown?

Join us as we visit the WNYC studio to discuss fertility and age with Molly Webster of Radiolab, call Elizabeth Katkin, author of "Conceivability: What I Learned Exploring The Frontiers of Fertility" and speak to a contributor to Romper's new series Trying.

Check out the first episode of Radiolab's Gonads series, The Primordial Journey.

Check out Romper's new series Trying here.

Find Elizabeth Katkin's new book "Conceivability: What I Learned Exploring the Frontiers of Fertility" here.

32 min

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