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Even if 55y, you still can conceive

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, February 14, 2008 | 0 comments

Expert: Lawrence Jay Rappaport M.D.
Subject: when does a woman’s fertility end?
The ability to conceive (fertility) ends when estrogen is no long in the body. As long as you are ovulating, you can conceive. You have heard of "change of life babies“.

Even if you are 55 years old, you still can conceive if there are enough sperm cells and estrogen. The number of previous children may make the pregnancy easier but, even if she has never had a child, she still can become pregnant.


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