If you wondering how much longer until your biological (baby-making) clock runs out, there’s an app for that.
The “Wonder App” takes your date of birth and calculates when your fertility ends, the Huffington Post reports.
Mira Kaddoura, the advertising creative director behind the app, wants to be clear that its more of a tool to encourage dialog, not a full-fledged medical diagnosis.
Kaddoura says she created it to confront her fertility issues.
The app comes along at a time when many women are delaying child birth for a myriad of reasons, including career advancement, Bloomberg Businessweek previously reported. For that reason, many women who try to conceive later in life have trouble getting pregnant, and resort to expensive fertility treatments like IVF (in vitro fertilization).
Read the Huffington Post’s article on the story here: http://huff.to/P6AWVn
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