Fertility & Time
The older you get the less fertile you become

Ah, ​what ​we ​all ​wouldn’t ​give ​to ​be forever​ ​young. ​But ​you ​don’t ​have ​forever, ​and ​neither ​do​ your ​eggs. ​As ​women ​mature, the ​total ​count ​and ​quality ​of ​their ​eggs ​declines. ​This​ ​makes​ it harder​ ​to ​get ​pregnant ​as women ​get ​older.

Over 35 things get rougher

Most of the time, age is​ ​just a number. ​But in fertility, it’s​ ​a bit more than that. ​A woman’s​ ​fertility​ ​begins​ ​to decline in her​ ​early​ ​30s, and​ ​takes a big hit once she reaches​ ​40. ​But remember: nothing is​ ​impossible.

But I am super healthy

Kudos​ ​for​ ​being healthy! ​But here’s​ ​the thing: ​​even if you’re a huge yogi or​ ​plant-based marathon runner, ​​mother​ ​nature does​ ​not discriminate. Becoming pregnant is​ ​contingent on a woman’s​ ​eggs, ​mostly. Regardless, ​keep up that healthy​ ​lifestyle!

Understand how your body’s natural process affects the quantity and quality of your eggs.

Knowledge is power. Still have questions? That’s okay--there’s a lot to know. And we’re here to help you get there.

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Peter MD. FACOG

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Peter MD. FACOG

Founder

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Peter MD. FACOG

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