A Mercer study this year found that only 26 percent of companies with over 500 employees cover the IVF procedures. (Photo: Shuttesrtock)

Only one out of eight couples have trouble getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term.

According to an NBC report, that one-out-of-eight translates to just 12 percent of women, but as prospective mothers age, that percentage is growing higher—and those prospective mothers are turning to in-vitro fertilization to make their ambitions come true. And, according to the report, about one out of every 60 newborns come into the world by way of IVF.

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