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What age does male and female fertility start to decrease?
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Dr. Philip Chenette
Fertility Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: 30 and 50
Everyone's fertility is a little different, but it is possible to detect about a 10% decline in fertility rates in women around age 32.
By age 35 a woman's fertility is half that at age 20. For men the effect happens later, around age 50-60. Differences in health history have significant effects on this, so check with your doctor for your personal fertility evaluation.

In brief: 30 and 50
Everyone's fertility is a little different, but it is possible to detect about a 10% decline in fertility rates in women around age 32.
By age 35 a woman's fertility is half that at age 20. For men the effect happens later, around age 50-60. Differences in health history have significant effects on this, so check with your doctor for your personal fertility evaluation.
Dr. Philip Chenette
Dr. Philip Chenette
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Dr. Julian Escobar
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Early for women
For women at around 30 years of age, while men in the 40-50s.
Having said that, very rarely women conceive after age 44, while men can conceive well into the 70s.

In brief: Early for women
For women at around 30 years of age, while men in the 40-50s.
Having said that, very rarely women conceive after age 44, while men can conceive well into the 70s.
Dr. Julian Escobar
Dr. Julian Escobar
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