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A Pill to Delay to Menopause? Whatever!

Apparently some doctors in London are in the process of developing a drug that would slow down the natural occurrence known as menopause. According to a report in the London Daily Mail...“The dramatic news came from fertility expert Professor Robert Winston. He told a conference that researchers had found a protein which they believe could be developed into a pill or an injection to extend the life of women’s eggs. This would give new hope for the thousands of women who find themselves left childless in later life.”

My question is, are older women really so desperate to have children? What were they doing in their 20s and 30s? Even if they discovered they couldn’t have children why would anyone want to wait until their 40s, 50s or even 60s to consider giving birth? Having and raising a child isn’t easy at ANY age!

I find it interesting that this new so-called breakthrough is being developed by male doctors. Is this a sick joke or another attempt by some to slow down the aging process for self-gratification?

You can read the complete article to the right of this blog.

Comments

Dorothy said…
LOL, I'll tell you one thing...I'm almost 53 and no way no how would I even dream about having kids all over again..lol.
Carine said…
I'm so in agreement! I love my grandson, but raise him? no way. I raised 150 kids (don't ask, another lifetime), I want to just have fun now-and sleep!

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