How Common Are Out of Wedlock Births?



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How common are births out of wedlock? According to a new study by the CDC, the birth rate for married women was two times greater than that of unmarried women.

06/08/2015 | by News | Categories: Infertility, Infertility News | 2 Comments

2 Responses to How Common Are Out of Wedlock Births?

  1. Avatar marilynn says:

    Well they have no way of tabulating all the unmarried people who have kids but are never recorded on their birth records because they are classified as gamete donors. All those falsified birth records naming the wrong people as parents. We’ll just never know unless we stop letting gamete donors off the hook as recorded parents.

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