The real story – fertility in women fall steadily as they age, especially after thirty-five even though they might be healthy and fit. Women today are more aware of fitness and nutrition, thus taking better care of themselves than the previous generations yet being healthy has little to do with age-related infertility which is a natural occurrence. The media and live cases around you lead you to believe in the idea that pregnancy can be delayed and can be aided with various modern infertility treatments. Although, ageing not only affects your natural ability to reproduce but also affects the chances or rate of success of infertility treatments. Age related infertility affects women early and drastically when compared to men. In women, fertility is drastically affected after the age of thirty-five.
Ageing can hamper your chances of conception
Let’s see what ageing does to the body which can hamper chances of conception
Ageing affects fertility especially around mid-thirties where there is an increased risk of genetic abnormalities, miscarriages and stillbirths due to factors mentioned above. If you have postponed pregnancy at a later stage of your life you need to weigh down the risks and take appropriate medical aid to make your pregnancy healthy and safe.
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