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How does age affect my ability to get pregnant?

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The prime reproductive age range for women is between 16 and 28, although one can usually count on good quality eggs until the age of 38. From ages 39 to 44, women may retain viable eggs, but have a lower probability for a successful pregnancy. If you are not ready to start your family right away, you may want to consider some of our fertility preservation treatments. We are also always happy to talk with potential patients and discuss options and find solutions that match their personal needs. Please consider contacting us for a consultation.

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