Up until now the general public believed exactly the opposite. According to the professor this is because most publicly available statistics that were used until now were based on data as old as 343 years. According to his statements statistics widely touted today base their research on birth records from 1670-1830 from France.
Her data is based on a study made by the Obstetrics & Gynecology department in 2004. More than seven hundred European women were involved in the study. The conclusion was that there was only a difference of 4 percent between fertility odds of 27-34 year-old women and fertility odds of 35-39 year-old women. Women who seek to develop their career in their 20s won’t have to worry about leaving it too late to have a baby anymore.