Elders are always right; after all, they have life experiences. 

Thanks to birth control method and the prevalent availability of contraception technologies, married couples these days have more control over when they plan to begin their family.

Waiting to begin a family is quite possible, while it makes it a little more difficult to conceive.

Fertility normally declines as we grow older, and having a new baby in the future may have pregnancy issues.

Having said that, there is actually no “best age” to conceive. The choice to begin a family ought to be primarily based on many elements - such as your readiness and your age to be a parent.

Simply because you are over 35 or 45 does not necessarily mean you cannot have a new baby.

Continue reading to find out more about conceiving a child in each and every stage of your life.
20's And Early 30's
Females are usually most fertile and have the best possibility of conceiving a child in their 20's and early 30's.

This is actually the best time when you have the number of high-quality eggs available, and the conception risks are lowest. At age 26, the chances of getting pregnant right after a couple of months of trying are simply under 20 %. (PLOS |One Source)
From the 30s To Early 40s 
Female fertility slowly but surely starts to decline at around age 33. Right after age 36, that decline accelerates.

Women are usually born with all the quality eggs they will ever have - roughly a million of them. The quantity of eggs steadily drops as time passes. At age 38, it is believed that you may have around 24,000 eggs left. By age 36, the chances of getting pregnant right after three months of trying are about 12 %.

The chance for losing the unborn baby and genetic irregularities also starts to rise once you hit 36. Chances are you'll face more issues in the conception or during delivery of a baby later in life.

For this reason, your medical professional might highly recommend additional testing and screening for you and the baby. (PLOS | One Source 2)
During the 40s
There is a high decrease in a woman’s capability to fall pregnant naturally in the forties. At age forty, the chances of getting pregnant right after three months of trying are around 7 %.

As time passes, the quality and quantity of the eggs decline. More mature eggs may have more chromosome issues, which boosts the likelihood of carrying a child with a congenital disability. (PLOS | One Source 3)

Nearly all women in their forties may still have a healthy pregnant state and baby. However, the risks increase considerably during this period. Most of these risks include:
• Low birth weight
• Stillbirth
• C-section delivery
• Birth complications
• Premature delivery

Medical ailments, such as all forms of diabetes and high hypertension levels, are usually more common in females after age thirty-five. These may cause conception issues such as preeclampsia and gestational diabetes.

Once you hit forty, your medical professional may do extra screening and checking to find possible issues.
Treatment Options
Waiting to conceive may even make it easier for women to live a long and healthy life. A 2016 research study discovered that the chances of living to ninety were higher in females who delayed having babies. (American Journal of Public Health - Source)

If you are over thirty-five and you have been trying to conceive a baby for more than six months, you might be coping with fertility problems. Your medical professional or a fertility expert can certainly help figure out the reason why you are not getting pregnant yet and suggest next steps for trying to get pregnant.

ART (Assisted reproductive technologies) can easily help you get pregnant; however, they cannot completely compensate for age-related declines in fertility. Gynecologists treat fertility complications with medications that induce egg production and methods like in IVF or vitro fertilization. However, the chances of acquiring a successful conception with all these methods do get lower while you age.

Another choice is to use a healthy and balanced donor egg. This egg isfertilized with the partner’s semen and then transferred to the uterus.
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