The researchers then went on to publish their findings in the Personality and Individual Differences. No, you are not the only one who had never heard of it. I hadn't, either. But I assume that it is some sort of publication for psychology professionals. What I can do, is share these researchers very fascinating conclusions with you all. The women in the low fertility group were said to compensate for their declining fertility with an increase in sex drive. Women in the age group from 27 years to 45 years old were more likely to respond that they had frequent sexual fantasies, thought about sex often, and had a more active sex life than those in the younger, high fertility group. The low fertility group also had a higher number of women who were willing to have casual sex and one-night stands. They also had more intense sexual fantasies than their younger co-women.
The researchers concluded: "Our results suggest there is nothing special about the thirties, but that instead these behaviors manifest in all women with declining fertility. It may be more difficult to conceive past the age of 35, but our research suggests women's psychology will continue to motivate them to try until menopause."