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How does fertility change with the age?

How does fertility change with the age?
0 August 13, 2015

A woman’s fertility Begins to decline in her early to mid-thirties. This is different from woman to woman.

Women often lose their capacity to conceive years before they have the first indications of menopause.


This gradual change in fertility is generally due to a decrease in the number and quality of eggs in your ovaries. The loss of eggs begins even before you are born. An unborn female has 6 to 7 million eggs; at birth she has 1 to 2 million; by menopause, only a few hundred remain. The condition of your eggs also changes as you age; they have an advanced rate of chromosomal irregularities, which improves your chances of early miscarriages.

There are also non-ovarian factors. As you get older, you are more likely to have experienced other medical problems – such as endometriosis, fibroids, tubal disease or polyps – which can reduce your fertility.

The result of a father’s age on fertility and pregnancy are not as well defined as for maternal age. There is some investigation that recommends a decrease in fertility for men over 40 and an increase in genetic complaints.

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