What is the Average Time to get Pregnant in your 30s?

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As a woman gets older, she will find that it takes longer to get pregnant than it did when she was younger. Eggs age along with the body and it is impossible to replace or repair them if they are lost or damaged. Because of this, it is more difficult to become pregnant after a woman turns 30.

In general, about 25% of couples will get pregnant in the first month of trying without using contraceptives. However, as we age, this percentage decreases with time. Eventually, women will age in such a way that pregnancy will no longer be possible.

as-the-woman-age-will-age-pregnancy-will-no-longer-be-possibleThe time that it will take you to become pregnant is dependent on your specific health and situation. While some may be able to become pregnant quickly, it may take several months for you to conceive.

However, it is best to see a doctor if you have been trying for over a year or if your find that you are not ovulating. If you are over the age of 35, you are suggested to see a doctor after trying to conceive for six months.

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Larissa Belanger, RN

Ms. Belanger has 20 years of experience in women's healthcare and nursing, including labor and delivery, postpartum and antenatal. She is passionate toward improving both maternal and fetal outcomes of high-risk obstetrics patients.