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How Age Can Affect Your Fertility

Age is just a number. But that number can matter when you're trying to have a baby. WebMD guest expert, Hyacinth Nicole Browne, MD, says that usually a woman's fertility starts to slow when she hits 35. But every woman is different.

She suggests that if you're 35 and have been trying for six months without luck, you should talk to a fertility expert.

One WebMD Community member say she's 33 and has been trying to get pregnant for a year. She's thinking about going to see a reproductive specialist because she doesn't want to wait any longer.

How long have you been trying to get pregnant? What have you tried? When, if ever, do you think you'll go see a specialist?

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Hyacinth Nicole Browne, MD, is a board certified OB/GYN and Assoc. Medical Director at Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine in Westchester, NY... More

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