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There is no definitive time or age to have a baby. Everyone is different. Some people feel psychologically well-prepared to have a baby in their early 20s, while others do not. The best age to have a baby, according to ob-gyns.
Your twenties may be the best age for you to have a baby. Women are most fertile and have the best chance of getting pregnant in their 20s. This is the time when you have the highest number of good quality eggs available and your pregnancy risks are.
In fact, the best age to have a baby will differ from person to person. Biologically, you are most fertile in your 20s and 30s, and it will be much harder to have babies at 40 or older. But you also need to be emotionally, mentally, and financially prepared to take on the challenge of becoming a parent. Based on the data, the biological ideal age to have a baby is in your early 20s, and no later than 40. Of course, having a baby after age 40 can be done, as Halle Berry showed us when she gave birth at age 47.
Just know the chances of complications are much higher, as are the chances of spending tens of thousands of dollars with no success. “According to all of the epidemiological data we have, there is a sort of sweet spot between your early 20s and age 34,” notes Eastabrook, who is also an assistant professor at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University. The problems with waiting till after 35.
While having a first baby at age 34 might be fine, this other study suggests, what’s even more fine is to have a last baby before age 35. In your 20s, the stats are on your side. As a healthy, fertile woman in your mid 20s, you have about a 33 percent chance of getting pregnant each cycle if you have sex a day or two before ovulation.
At age 30, your chance is about 20 percent each cycle. Experts say the best time to get pregnant is between your late 20s and early 30s. This age range is associated with the best outcomes for both you.
“Studies have suggested that intervals shorter than 18 months are associated with increased risk to the infant—including preterm birth, low birth weight, small size for their gestational age, and.
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