Does Fertility Decrease Significantly Between Age 34 And 35

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Kate1 - June 19

Hi - does anyone know if a woman's fertility decreases significantly between the ages of 34 and 35? The standard 'decrease' mark seems to be 35 but is this a gradual process that happens over a number of years or does it happen quite soon after a woman hits 35. I'd really love some advice on this. Thanks!

 

Grandpa Viv - June 19

Natural process are slow - except earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and orgasms!! The age 35 is an average, not a magic figure. If you want a child in your life, age 35 is about time to do something about it. It will take you longer to get pregnant than a 16 year old. GL!

 

babyRN - June 20

I've read a lot about this. I'm almost 30 and thinking about starting to TTC soon. My clock has really been ticking lately! What I've read is that when you're in your twenties, there is about a 20% chance that you will conceive in any month. Women in their 30s have about a 15% chance in any month. By the time you hit your 40s, you only have about a 5% chance each month. It is a gradual process, but every person is a little different and these are just averages. Also, as you age, the risk of having a miscarriage or having a child with Down Syndrome increases.

 

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