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Age Limitation And Conception

by Lisa

I am a 33 years girl, I never married before, is there any chance to be pregnant when I marry of my 34 years?


Hi Lisa,

Yes, you should be able to get pregnant at 34. Age limitation for conception is only a myth. Women well into their forties are now conceiving for the first time and giving birth to healthy babies. The only age limitation for conception is when a woman reaches menopause. In general, women over 45 have harder time to conceive naturally as their egg quality begins to decline naturally.

Age is a factor in conception, but how healthy a woman's eggs are is more important. In fact, it is possible to be in late 20s and early 30s and have poor egg quality due to poor life style choices, toxicity and poor diet. All these factors are reversible for the most part. Poor fertility in younger women can be restored with diet, herbal remedies, homeopathy, acupuncture, massage, vitamins, minerals and fertility foods.

In order to get pregnant you need to ovulate regularly. My advice is to begin now working on boosting your fertility, so when you get pregnant and want begin trying for a baby your chances of getting pregnant will increase.

Consider the following steps:

1. Eat a healthy diet, rich in foods that increase fertility. Chose foods that make your body alkaline, like fresh and organically grown fruits and vegetables.

Avoid fruits and vegetables that contain pesticides as this are hormonal disruptors and affect egg and sperm quality. If you cannot find organic fruits and vegetables make sure to wash them well and peal the outside skin. Avoid commercially raised meat and dairy. Only organic meat is recommended to avoid hormones and antibiotics. Avoid refined carbohydrates like white bread and paste. Always chose wholesome grains. Avoid hydrogenated oils and artificial sweatners.

2. Take a multivitamin or better a fertility vitamin like FertilAid. A lack of specific vitamins causes poor ovulation and poor egg quality in women and low sperm count and poor sperm motility in men. Supplementing a healthy diet is key in maintaining healthy reproductive health throughout the years.

3. Chart your menstrual cycle to know if you are ovulating regularly so when you are ready for conception, you will know exactly when to have sex to get pregnant.

4. Exercise regularly, like walking, swimming, and dancing. Any cardio exercise 3 times a week for 30 minutes will help you stay fit, boost immune system functioning and hormonal balance. Consider learning fertility yoga to support healthy blood circulation throughout the body & reproductive organs and to help release unwanted stress.

Fertility Blessings!

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thank you
by: Lisa

Thank you so much for taking time to reply on my doubt, i really appreciate, i'll recommend you to my friends, you are the first in line compared with others, i see your information very useful and positive :)


You Are Welcome!
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

I am glad that I was able to answer your question. Thank you so much for stopping by my side. Please, come back for more info on how to boost fertility and if you need to ask more questions, I will be happy to assist you.
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Fertility Blessings!

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