Planning for pregnancy

Question: Hi madam i am 40 is the age a major concern i ovoluted this month.

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Answer: Hi dear, Unfortunately yes .as you age the quality of eggs decreases.and so the fertilization is often unsuccessful.its good that you are regularly ovulating.and you can definitely try conceiving.keep yourself first and fine.wish you all th best!
Answer: Hi dear if u r ovulating well and ur heakth is fine then nothing to worry. It's true that some problem occurs but I'd u r under doctor consultant and in regular monitoring then nothing to worry.
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