Fertility Essential Information

ANSWER “The chance of getting pregnant varies by age, so if you’re under 35, it’s 20 percent per month. By the time you get to 40, it’s 10 percent per month is the probability of getting pregnant per month. Okay? We call that fecundability. By the time you hit 42, it’s about five percent per month. And at age 45, it’s one percent per month. This is among all healthy women trying to get pregnant who have regular predictable periods. Each month. At the end of six months you have an 86 percent probability of success or getting pregnant by one year or 12 months. It’s 93 percent probability of having a baby.”