Friday, December 19, 2014

When the biological clock ticks

When the biological clock ticks
A lot of single women wants to get hitched before the age of 25 because they like to have children before they reach the age of 40.  If there’s one thing to consider when trying to conceive, it is that a woman’s biological clock is ticking. 


A woman is born with a finite number of eggs that are released monthly during a woman’s menstrual cycle. 

The body is also instinctive enough to release those good quality eggs first - so those are when you are young, first beginning your menstrual cycle in your teens into your 20's. 

With that being said, most younger women do not have difficulty getting pregnant. 

Older women, on the other hand, may experience some difficulty when trying to conceive as her good eggs have been released month after month for nearly 20 years, by the time she reaches 35! 

According to www.pregnancytips.org, your odds of getting pregnant when you’re in your twenties are different when you’re in your forties. 

However, this doesn’t mean that it’s impossible for older women to get pregnant. Though their chance of conceiving may decrease, women in their forties can still conceive, often with the help of fertility drugs and supplements like ConceiveEasy. As long as a woman is ovulating, she can get pregnant.
So, don't lose hope.

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