Age & Fertility
As we age, so do our eggs. As the number of eggs, we have left remaining declines, the health of those eggs also declines – this refers to the number of eggs that are chromosomally normal. Past the age of 35 the prevalence of chromosomes changes in the eggs increases. This can make conceiving in your late 30’s and 40’s increasingly difficult.
Sperm health also declines with age. Younger sperm are healthier and more active, and because of this improves the chances of pregnancy and the time it takes to achieve a pregnancy.