Is 11 years old too young for fertility education?
A leading doctor has said that children should have fertility lessons from the age of 11 to warn of the dangers of starting a family too late.
Adam Balen, chairman of the British Fertility Society, will tell a summit that many girls are unaware how quickly their biological clock speeds up as they get older - and that the problem is exacerbated by celebrities who parade miracle babies in their 40s but hide the fact they have had expensive fertility treatment.
Do you agree? Or do you think 11 is too young for girls to truly understand?
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