TTC: 35 and Over
Age & Fertility
How Age Impacts a Woman's FertilityAs you get older, you may have trouble getting pregnant.
Getting Pregnant During MenopauseUntil menopause is officially complete, you can still get pregnant!
Know Your Levels
What Antimullerian Hormone Tells You About Your FertilityIf AMH levels are too low, you may have trouble.
His age matters
Impact of a Man's Age on FertilityIt's true, a man's advancing age may affect his fertility.
What stage are you in?
What Is Your Fertility Stage?Your fertility stage defines how likely it is for you to get pregnant.
Sooner than you think
When Should You See an Infertility Specialist?Learn when you should make an appointment.
Where To Begin: Getting Pregnant
Are Your Eggs Good?
Good Eggs and Bad Eggs: Ovarian Reserve TestingOvarian reserve testing is the most important fertility test.
When are you fertile?
When Is Your Fertility Window?You only have 5-6 fertile days in your cycle to get pregnant, so when is your fertile window?
Testing for All
Fertility Testing for Women and MenIt usually takes less than 6 weeks to find out the causes of infertility.
How to do it
Boost Your Fertility: Get Pregnant FasterThis plan will help you get pregnant and have the baby of your dreams!
All you need to know
Pregnancy Guide For Women 35 and OlderWomen over 35 may have more pregnancy complications.
Eat These Foods
Fertility Diet Guide for Women and MenGood nutrition can improve fertility!
While being 35 and older does present itself with some extra challenges, many women this age (and even older) get pregnant and have healthy babies. Of course, the number one thing you should do when trying to get pregnant, whether you are 20 or 40, is lead a healthy lifestyle, including diet, exercise, stress reduction. In addition, you should first find out if you are fertile and what you can do if you have any problems.
Check out our 12 steps for preconception care!
- See your doctor first
- Get educated and learn about fertility and getting pregnant
- Improve the health of you and your partner
- Review your medications and supplements
- Stop smoking, stop alcohol and eat the right food
- Be at your optimal weight
- Try and relax
- See your dentist
- Check your health insurance
- Getting pregnant after stopping birth control
- See an infertility specialist if necessary
- His pre-trimester of the pregnancy is important, too!
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