Having a Baby After Age 35: How Aging Affects Fertility and Pregnancy
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In the past 10 years, the age at which women in the United States first give birth has gone up steadily. News stories about celebrities giving birth in their 40s and even 50s can make it seem that pregnancy at an older age is possible for all women. But as you age, so do your ovaries and the eggs inside them. Although you cannot see or feel these changes, they happen faster than many women think.

If you want to have a baby in your late 30s or 40s, it is important to be aware of how aging may affect your plans for pregnancy.

This pamphlet explains

  • why fertility decreases with age
  • risks of later childbearing
  • how to make a reproductive life plan
  • options to preserve fertility






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