A nationwide survey of 1,000 adults ages 25–40—mostly Millennials—and report sheds new light on infertility and assisted reproductive technology (ART) trends across the nation. Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey recently released the report, entitled Infertility in America 2015.1
Here’s a glimpse at evolving perspectives and practices around family planning.
Overconfident about future fertility? Of those surveyed, 91 percent of those actively trying and 95 percent of those who expect to have children in the next five years are confident they will be successful.