Reproductive Ageing

Female fertility is affected by age. Age is therefore a major fertility issue for women. Later adolescence, woman fertility rises and then decreases, with progressive maternal age affecting an increased hazard of female infertility. In individuals, a woman's productiveness peaks in the initial and mid-20s, after which it starts to decay gradually, with a more affected drop at about 35. At age 45, a female starting to try to think of will have no live birth in 50-80 percent of belongings. Menopause, or the termination of menstrual periods, normally occurs in the 40s and 50s and symbols the termination of fertility, although age-related infertility can occur previously formerly .The relationship among age and female fertility is generally referred to as a female's "biological clock"; when a female reaches an age where fertility is usually understood to fall, it can be held that her "biological clock is ticking.

  • Reproductive ageing in males
  • Obstetric implications
  • Demographic changes and reproductive ageing
  • Ovarian reserve testing and its relevance to ovarian ageing
  • Antral follicle count
  • Oocyte quality
  • Low ovarian reserve
  • Oocyte storage
  • Oocyte donation
  • Pre-implantation genetic screening

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