What is the right age to get pregnant?
Women are most fertile and have the best chance of getting pregnant in their 20s. This is the time when you have the highest number of good quality eggs available and your pregnancy risks are lowest. At age 25, your odds of conceiving after 3 months of trying are just under 20 percent .
Is 37 too old to have a baby?
Giving birth after 35 is risky. Pregnant women past the age of 35 have an increased risk of pregnancy complications, including gestational diabetes, preeclampsia (high blood pressure) and intrauterine growth restriction (causing premature delivery).
Is 28 a good age to have a baby?
Well over half of women believe just before they reach their 30th birthday is the best time to start a family, according to research. The majority of women – 59 per cent, believe at 29 they'll be in the best possible position to have a baby.
Is 34 too old to have a baby?
According to sociologists the answer is 34. While her biological clock may be ticking, a mother of that age will enjoy far better long-term health than a woman who gives birth at 18. Women who first gave birth at an early age developed more health problems, while women who delayed birth until 34 had fewer problems.