According to research, women are most fertile between the ages of 20 and 29.
Because the ovaries are full, each sperm cell that comes into contact with an egg during ovulation leads in pregnancy, conception is more likely at these ages.
However, from the age of 32, this formerly incredible fertility rate begins to fall, and the decline continues until the age of 35 and beyond.
This is because a woman’s quality eggs drop each year as she gets older, leaving her with some unhealthy or low-quality eggs that make it more difficult to conceive.
Men’s fertility begins to drop after the age of 40.
There is a common misconception that age has no influence on male fertility, but this is untrue and unsupported by data.
In fact, beyond the age of 40, male fertility begins to diminish, and a plethora of other sexual illnesses may be enough to cause problems with intimacy and conception in general.