Around the world, many people are known to ask this question, “When does it become too late to try for a baby”? For various reasons, some couples put their plans to start a family on hold, and then find it difficult to conceive, because fertility changes according to age.
According to “Women’sHealth”, Although, the truth is that there’s no perfect age to have a baby, so maybe stop with that thinking right now. Every woman’s body and life circumstances are different. But there is one truth that’s kind of hard to swallow “Women aren’t fertile forever”.
The fact is, some ages are better than others at least if you’re trying to get pregnant. Understanding your fertility, however, can help you make a choice that feels perfect to you.
According to experts, A woman’s peak reproductive years are between the late teens and late 20s. By age 30, fertility (the ability to get pregnant) starts to decline. This decline becomes more rapid once you reach your mid-30s. By 45, fertility has declined so much that getting pregnant naturally is unlikely for most women.
In terms of pros, getting pregnant in your early 30s allows women a significant amount of time to enjoy their young adult years, explore their careers and get to know themselves better.
How does fertility change with age?
According to “Clevelandclinic”, You were born with all of the eggs you’ll have during your entire reproductive lifetime, and the quality of those eggs declines over time. If you start trying for pregnancy at the age of 35 or 40, you’re working with eggs that have been housed in the ovaries for decades.
If you decide to have a baby later in life, you will likely do so without having problems. However, it might take longer to get pregnant and some people may need medical help, which is called assisted conception.