The clock is ticking and plenty of men, just like women, worry about putting off parenthood.
Back in August, The New York Times wrote about a study that bolsters the idea of a male biological clock. Turns out, mutations in older men's sperm may lead to a higher risk of autism and schizophrenia in offspring. The results of the study weren't definitive, but they are confirmation that all this talk about 40 being the new 30 is a bunch of hooey. The clock is ticking and plenty of men, just like women, worry about putting off parenthood. If you're, say, 35, and you choose to ignore science, I offer more subjective proof that manopause approaches.
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Written by Michael Mullen for MSN's Glo.