... 1960's showing medical issues with their offspring now such as infertility? A woman takes some type of fertility pill in 1965. Will her daughter have the same issues? Will the daughter have other major health issues?
I remember there were women my age having gyne problems and cancer if their moms took diethylstilbestrol while they were pregnant. We didn't have much in the way of fertility pills in my generation. The 60s were a different time. Birth control pills had just come out and we had a choice of about two lol. We couldn't get them if we weren't married.
The only two drugs that I can find as being used in the 1960's are Clomid and Pergonal and both drugs are still being used to this day without any evidence of infertility or other side effects in their offspring. While I cannot find any journal articles to back up my hypothesis here, I believe that any link to infertility in this case would be genetically passed down and not one linked to the use of the drugs used to facilitate conception.
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