If you are in your thirties, children may no longer be a vague dream but a real prospect. In this important decade, your ability to get pregnant varies widely between your early thirties and your late thirties. By your late thirties, your fertility will likely have declined from your twenties, but age is not the only factor determining your fertility. This guide will shed light on your fertility potential and can help you make family-building decisions that are right for you this point in your life.
Here are a few things to keep in mind:
Though women in their thirties understand their fertility diminishes as they age, they should know, too, that age is not the only determinant of success with fertility treatment, such as IVF. Many factors contribute to your personal chances. Knowing more about your fertility prospects at various ages can help you plan better for your family-building options.