China’s fertility rates are plummeting and its women are pregnant.
The country is experiencing its most rapid population growth in over a century and the birth rate has plummeted to its lowest level in decades.
That’s according to the country’s official statistics bureau, and the news isn’t much better for pregnant women.
The number of births in China last year was just 8.9 percent, a rate that’s only slightly better than the United States, where it was just 9.4 percent.
China is also the world’s biggest consumer of baby formula, with more than 100 million women having their first child by the time they turn 18.
In 2015, Chinese women reported having about 1.4 million pregnancies and birth complications, a total of 2.4 billion women.
The numbers are far higher than most developed countries.
Even with such a high number of pregnancies, Chinese hospitals are overwhelmed, and as of June 2016, there were just 8,200 licensed physicians in China, according to an official Xinhua News Agency report.
There are only a handful of hospitals in the country that specialize in women’s health care.
Chinese hospitals also struggle to meet the needs of the growing number of pregnant women in the city, which has an average of more than 40,000 births a year.
Many hospitals are struggling to get enough beds to accommodate the growing numbers of women who need help getting pregnant.
According to the World Health Organization, the rate of pregnancy in China has risen to about 4 percent for Chinese women between the ages of 20 and 44, and to about 8 percent for women aged 45 and older.
Despite the dire statistics, the Chinese government has done little to address the issue.
Last year, China’s government issued an order requiring hospitals to offer birth control, including emergency contraception, and a similar order is in place for private hospitals.
But many hospitals, especially the more expensive ones, still don’t have access to contraceptives.
Many women in China are worried about the consequences of having children, especially if they’re not the ideal parents.
“The government is trying to solve this problem, but we’re not going to give birth to our children because we have no money,” said Wang Yang, a mother of two who works at a Beijing private clinic.
Some of the women interviewed by The Washington Times say they don’t want to give up on trying to have a baby.
For some of the mothers interviewed, their pregnancy ended because they couldn’t afford the cost of pregnancy tests and other tests, or couldn’t find a partner who could have children.
But for some of them, it’s also about a desire to avoid pregnancy.
Many of them say they want to make the most of their futures, to take advantage of their health insurance and make a good life for their children.
Some have no idea how long they’ll be able to stay in China without their children, but many want to be able be a part of their country’s future.
They want to take their children to their future homeland, to study abroad or to work in a field where they can make a living.
As they struggle to find the time and resources to take care of their families, they are increasingly worried about their futures as well.
They say they would rather have children than live in a country where they’re afraid of being judged.