Female fertility

There are many factors that affect a woman’s fertility. For instance:

Hormonal dysfunction.
Disorders of the ovary.
Metabolic diseases.
Fertility of women is closely associated with age. At over 8 to 30 years, women have the highest fertility rates. The general fertility rate began to decline 5 to 10% at age 30 to 35 years, and decreased approximately 30% in women who had been in over 35 years.

When a woman reaches over 40 years, this decline reached more than 50%. This is caused by a decreased ability to fertilize the egg cell, with age woman.

However, in theory, as long as the ovary is normal, then the chances of getting pregnant are still there. Although the possibility was not too big.

Pregnancy occurs when there is a meeting between the egg with the sperm. There are many factors that influence the success of pregnancy. From the husband’s side, note also the number and quality of spermatozoa and the things that can affect sperm production and quality. For example: if too thin or fat. Or, is there a sperm duct blockage, smokers, alcohol drinkers?

From the side of his wife, noticed an infection or disease factors, abnormalities of the reproductive tract, thyroid, diabetes, and other .