True/false: for women, fertility already started to decline by age 23?
- 8 months agoFavorite Answer
Women are born w/ only a specific amount of eggs. So really, a woman's fertility begins to decrease when she is a teenager. To extend fertility, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The woman should not smoke and stay at a heallthy weight. The woman's fertility will last into her late 30's and often into early 40's.
- 7 months ago
IVF success rate can be affected by many factors like age, present medical health, and past medical history play a big part in infertility treatment.
Age-wise IVF treatment success rate:
41-43% for women under 25 years of age
23-27% for women aged between 38 and 40
33-36% for women aged between 35 and 37
13-18% for women aged above 41
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- LizBLv 78 months ago
False. Fertility for both women AND men starts to decline around age 30. A woman who has reduced fertility at 23 either has diminished ovarian reserve or premature ovarian failure, neither of which are common at that age.
- pit bulls biteLv 78 months ago
the girls at my school are very fertile at 15
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- JillLv 78 months ago