Know your Age and Fertility Health

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Trying to get pregnant will not always be a smooth one. It could be difficult for some couples. If you are facing difficulty to conceive you then do not feel bogged down and stress, you are not alone. We are aware of the fact that pregnancy becomes difficult and infertility risk increases as you grow old. But there is still good news for moms who are trying to conceive. All women are aware of the biological clock that is ticking right behind them. That too in India, if you are a woman you got to get married early than 25 otherwise you are never going to get pregnant. First of all, this is a myth. We agree to the fact that age and fertility are related but you got to understand the biological clock in detailed. In general, the risk of not conceiving increases for women after 35. This also increases the risk of not having a natural delivery. Here are talking about a C-section. So there is no hard and soft rule for your fertility health. You got to understand the fact that all of us are in the same boat in this era. We are career focused and try to postpone our wedding as late as possible. And one getting married we want to post-childbirth before we fulfill other priorities in life.

In your 20s your body will have the perfect condition for you to get pregnant. This does not mean that younger women will not face any fertility issues. Women in their 20s will have good egg qualities but no one is immune to infertility. All infertility issues like tubal blockage issues, PCOD or PCOS, cysts and fibroids may still be present. Nowadays infertility has become so common that couples do not think twice before visiting a fertility clinic. Advanced IVF treatment has instilled the confidence is most of the couple.

Know your age and fertility health

Some of the common fertility treatment that is proved to be successful is intra-uterine insemination (IUI), Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) treatment combined with an IVF (in-vitro fertilization). IVF babies are as healthy as other babies.

The risk of the baby developing a complication while still in the womb are higher when the mom-to-be is older than 35. All pregnancy comes with risk but the chances are higher in case of older women. But you can still conceive healthily and have a very normal and healthy delivery and it all depends on your biological clock. Hence visit a fertility center and get a transvaginal sonography done to evaluate your biological clock.