According to USC Fertility, the most common cause of the age-related decline in fertility is less frequent ovulation. As women age, they often begin to have occasional cycles where an egg is never released. In a woman’s 30s and 40s, egg quality and quantity also start to decline.
While the total number of eggs cannot be increased, research has shown that with the right lifestyle, precautions and actions, egg quality can actually be improved through a number of different factors.
Looking to conceive in your mid-30s? Here are some things you need to know on how to improve your chances:
1. Schedule a pre-conception appointment. During pre-conception consultations, you and your doctor can review your medical history, current medications and overall lifestyle.
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