Your Age and Fertility

Although age does not limit accomplishing some achievable goals, yet it plays an important role in achieving pregnancy and bearing a healthy baby in your uterus. A female age is the one significant factor detrimental to her fertility.

Fertility discriminates ageing

Age is the only vital issue that may affect your fertility adversely and the probability of your bearing a child.

The females are born with an entire lot of eggs in their ovaries they may ever have. With an advancing age, a female eggs also grow old and see a decline in their numbers and quality and cause ovulation issues.

Ageing can neither be defied nor controlled. But in case you are looking forward to having a baby or an additional member in your family, you should be talking to your male partner sooner than later.

The age of males also impacts the probability of beginning a pregnancy besides running a miscarriage risk and overall health of the newborn.

Some facts about females, their age and fertility

With the advancing age, the females are confronted with:

Estimations about female’s age and fertility

The likelihood of achieving pregnancy without the help of IVF

As a woman reaches the age of 32, the chances of her achieving pregnancy start declining gradually but considerably.

From the age of 35, the decline in fertility accelerates.

As you attain the age of 40, your fertility is slashed down to half.

While at the age of 30, your chances of achieving conception are about 20 per cent, at the age of 40, they get cut down to only 5 per cent.

Pregnancy and age-related birth risks

The risks and complications related to pregnancy and the childbirth increase with the advancing age. These obstacles may include cesarean delivery, placenta praevia, placenta abruption and gestational diabetes etc.

Elderly females are more prone to having a baby with genetic abnormalities and birth deficiencies.

A female above 35 is about 2.5 times more prone to delivering a stillbirth compared to a younger female. By the age of 40, the probability of delivering a stillbirth increases nearly 5 times as compared to the females under the age of 35.

A female of the age of 40 runs a higher risk of miscarriage than the probability of delivering a live birth.

A fallacy:

“Many females in their 40s have children, so a female can have as many children as she wants at any age”

The stark truth:

Age is the major and irreversible factor that affects a female’s probability of conceiving a having a healthy baby.

As a female’s age advances, her fertility begins declining. A female fertility begins declining in her 30s. This decline accelerates after the age of 35.  And, at 40, a female is left with only 5% probability of achieving pregnancy in a given month.  This happens because a female is born with an entire lot of her lifetime eggs. And, with her advancing age, her eggs also become aged, thus, they decrease in numbers and their quality.

A male’s age also matters

A male’s advancing age may reduce the chances of his fathering a baby, who is in the pink of his health.  While female age is the most significant factor in achieving pregnancy, a male’s age also plays an important role.

A male partner’s age affects the probability of a couple in achieving a pregnancy and bearing a child, who is in the pink of health and suffering no abnormality.

You cannot control your own or your partner’s age. However, in case you wish to have a baby or more babies, you should be discussing it with your partner sooner than later.

Facts about males age and fertility

The sperm quality of male begins declining with advancing age. With the growing age in men, his female partner takes longer time in achieving pregnancy. There is also a greater risk of not achieving pregnancy at all.

In case the male partner’s age is above 45, the female partner runs a higher risk of miscarriage, irrespective of her own age. The babies of elderly fathers run a higher risk of developing issues such as learning difficulties, mental wellbeing and autism.

Data analysis about males age and their fertility

On an average, a couple around the age of 25 achieves pregnancy in 4 – 5 months, if they are copulating without any protection.  But, in case the male partner is 40 or above and the female partner is still around 25, it takes about two years for the couple to achieve pregnancy.

This time for achieving pregnancy becomes still longer is the male partner is 45 or above.

In case a couple is confronted with infertility and undergoing the IVF procedure, they run a higher risk for not having a child in case the male partner is a 40-year-old or above.

The semen volume ejaculated by a male and the sperm motility (the moving skill of a sperm to an egg) declines constantly, with the advancing age of a male.

The female runs a double amount of miscarriage risk, if her partner is of 45 and above as compared to her younger (under 25) male partner.

Children whose fathers’ age is 40 and above are found to be five times prone to developing disorder, such as autism spectrum, as compared to the children fathered by younger males, may be under the age of 30

Fallacy:

“Males can father children at any stage of their lives.”

The stark truth:

Talking about fertility, a male’s age does matter.  With the advancing age, the probability of getting pregnant to have a baby declines.

The decline begins after the age of 40 when the quality of his sperm starts decreasing. What does this imply?

  • The female partner takes longer to get pregnant.
  • The female partner runs a higher risk of miscarriage.
  • A male’s age also determines the future health of children.
  • Children born out of an elderly father are prone to developing mental health issues and disorders, such as autism spectrum.

Although age does not limit accomplishing some achievable goals, yet it plays an important role in achieving pregnancy and bearing a healthy baby in your uterus. A female age is the one significant factor detrimental to her fertility.

Fertility discriminates ageing

Age is the only vital issue that may affect your fertility adversely and the probability of your bearing a child.

The females are born with an entire lot of eggs they may ever have. With an advancing age, a female eggs also grow old and see a decline in their numbers and quality.

Ageing can neither be defied nor controlled. But in case you are looking forward to having a baby or an additional member in your family, you should be talking to your male partner sooner than later.

The age of males also impacts the probability of beginning a pregnancy besides running a miscarriage risk and overall health of the newborn.

Some facts about females, their age and fertility

With the advancing age, the females are confronted with:

  • Longer time to get pregnant
  • Higher risk of infertility
  • Higher risk of miscarriage
  • Increased complications during pregnancy and the childbirth

Estimations about female’s age and fertility

The likelihood of achieving pregnancy without the help of IVF

As a woman reaches the age of 32, the chances of her achieving pregnancy start declining gradually but considerably.

From the age of 35, the decline in fertility accelerates.

As you attain the age of 40, your fertility is slashed down to half.

While at the age of 30, your chances of achieving conception are about 20 per cent, at the age of 40, they get cut down to only 5 per cent.

Pregnancy and age-related birth risks

The risks and complications related to pregnancy and the childbirth increase with the advancing age. These obstacles may include cesarean delivery, placenta praevia, placenta abruption and gestational diabetes etc.

Elderly females are more prone to having a baby with genetic abnormalities and birth deficiencies.

A female above 35 is about 2.5 times more prone to delivering a stillbirth compared to a younger female. By the age of 40, the probability of delivering a stillbirth increases nearly 5 times as compared to the females under the age of 35.

A female of the age of 40 runs a higher risk of miscarriage than the probability of delivering a live birth.

A fallacy:

“Many females in their 40s have children, so a female can have as many children as she wants at any age”

The stark truth:

Age is the major and irreversible factor that affects a female’s probability of conceiving a having a healthy baby.

As a female’s age advances, her fertility begins declining. A female fertility begins declining in her 30s. This decline accelerates after the age of 35.  And, at 40, a female is left with only 5% probability of achieving pregnancy in a given month.  This happens because a female is born with an entire lot of her lifetime eggs. And, with her advancing age, her eggs also become aged, thus, they decrease in numbers and their quality.

A male’s age also matters

A male’s advancing age may reduce the chances of his fathering a baby, who is in the pink of his health.  While female age is the most significant factor in achieving pregnancy, a male’s age also plays an important role.

A male partner’s age affects the probability of a couple in achieving a pregnancy and bearing a child, who is in the pink of health and suffering no abnormality.

You cannot control your own or your partner’s age. However, in case you wish to have a baby or more babies, you should be discussing it with your partner sooner than later.

Facts about males age and fertility

The sperm quality of male begins declining with advancing age. With the growing age in men, his female partner takes longer time in achieving pregnancy. There is also a greater risk of not achieving pregnancy at all.

In case the male partner’s age is above 45, the female partner runs a higher risk of miscarriage, irrespective of her own age. The babies of elderly fathers run a higher risk of developing issues such as learning difficulties, mental wellbeing and autism.

Data analysis about males age and their fertility

On an average, a couple around the age of 25 achieves pregnancy in 4 – 5 months, if they are copulating without any protection.  But, in case the male partner is 40 or above and the female partner is still around 25, it takes about two years for the couple to achieve pregnancy.

This time for achieving pregnancy becomes still longer is the male partner is 45 or above.

In case a couple is confronted with infertility and undergoing the IVF procedure, they run a higher risk for not having a child in case the male partner is a 40-year-old or above.

The semen volume ejaculated by a male and the sperm motility (the moving skill of a sperm to an egg) declines constantly, with the advancing age of a male.

The female runs a double amount of miscarriage risk, if her partner is of 45 and above as compared to her younger (under 25) male partner.

Children whose fathers’ age is 40 and above are found to be five times prone to developing disorder, such as autism spectrum, as compared to the children fathered by younger males, may be under the age of 30

Fallacy:

“Males can father children at any stage of their lives.”

The stark truth:

Talking about fertility, a male’s age does matter.  With the advancing age, the probability of getting pregnant to have a baby declines.

The decline begins after the age of 40 when the quality of his sperm starts decreasing. What does this imply?

  • The female partner takes longer to get pregnant.
  • The female partner runs a higher risk of miscarriage.
  • A male’s age also determines the future health of children.
  • Children born out of an elderly father are prone to developing mental health issues and disorders, such as autism spectrum.
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