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What is the Best Age to Get Pregnant?

Age is an important factor in a woman’s ability to get pregnant.  The best age to get pregnant is in a woman’s 20s.  Once a woman reaches age 35, her natural fertility begins to decrease dramatically, however, there are options available for women who are past the ideal age to get pregnant. 

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When is the best age to get pregnant?

Your natural fertility begins in your teenage years.  Unfortunately, for most, this is not the best time financially or emotionally to become a parent.  As society has changed, many women are becoming mothers later in life after they feel established in their family lives and careers.  Our bodies aren’t aware of the changes in societal norms and are equipped to become pregnant earlier in life.  Thankfully, advances in fertility care have balanced the scale.

 

How can I preserve my fertility?

One way to preserve your fertility is through egg banking.  By freezing and storing your eggs at the best age to get pregnant, you can rest assured when you are ready for parenthood, you will have healthy eggs available that are best equipped for fertilization. 

During an egg banking cycle, we stimulate your ovaries to produce multiple eggs.  Once the eggs reach the desired maturity, we time your ovulation and harvest the eggs.  The harvested eggs are frozen via vitrification, a method of flash freezing eggs that virtually eliminates the chance of damage due to the formation of ice crystals.  

With vitrification, eggs are able to be stored for an extended period of time.  When you are ready, the eggs are thawed and fertilized.

We can help you achieve your dream of becoming a parent and answer questions you may have about fertility preservation, contact us today. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.

 

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