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When does a woman’s fertility decline?
Between the ages of 30 and 35, women鈥檚 fertility begins to steadily decline until menopause with chances of conception lowering more every year after the mid-30s.
How does fertility change with age?
Fertility changes with age. Both males and females become fertile in their teens following puberty. For girls, the beginning of their reproductive years is marked by the onset of ovulation and menstruation. It is commonly understood that after menopause women are no longer able to become pregnant.
What is the peak age of a woman’s fertility?
The Mayo Clinic reported that a woman鈥檚 fertility peaks between age 20 and age 24. The fertility rate remains relatively constant (at about 15鈥?0% below maximum) through age 35.
What causes a man’s fertility to decrease?
The decrease in fertility is caused by the decrease in the number and quality of the sperm they produce. Men can have fertility problems even if they can still have sex and have an ejaculation. If you are concerned about your age and your fertility, you may consider having your fertility tested.