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Male fertility expert Professor Sheena Lewis from SpermComent asks the question…. are men’s biological clocks ticking too?

EXPERT: Sheena Lewis

Mick Jagger is expecting a child with his 29-year-old ballerina partner Melanie Hamrick. This would suggest that men do not experience a biological clock. While Jagger is the latest male celebrity to father a child in middle-to-older age, following in the footsteps of Paul McCartney, Rod Stewart and Steve Martin, let's remember he is the exception rather than the rule. Society assumes sperm from older men are just as healthy as from young men. But, by and large, that's not quite true. Fertility is not infinite and age does impact fertility, for men as well as women.

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