Fertility and Advanced maternal age
While 30 is the new 20, and 40 is the new 30, those numbers don’t exactly line up with fertility. In the past 50 years, there has been an increase in pregnancies amongst women between the ages 35 to 45. Even though women in this age group are still young, pregnancy comes with some challenges for them. Fertility rates begin to decline at 32, and they make an even steeper decline at the of 37. If you’re interested in learning how your fertility is affected by age, read our article written by Dr. Sternquist, a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist.