Do u think women will become more fertile in their 40s and beyond in the future?

July 26, 2010 10:05pm CST
Nowaday more and more women get married most likely at the age of 30 to 35.What's more many of them wait until they are older to give birth,only those with longer lasting fertility genes will be successful.As you know ,genes can be passed on .So I think wonmen in the future will protentially be more fertile in old age.
3 responses
@Satenik (102)
• Armenia
29 Jul 10
I had my first baby at the age of 20. When I am 40, my daughter will be 20. I know that giving birth at 40 and older age is risky. Statistics show that at the age 45 the risk of having a baby with Down syndrome is around 1 to 40. Besides, why wait for so long. At younger age a woman has more energy to take care of the child.
@merma1267 (130)
• Philippines
27 Jul 10
NO.... it lessen the more you age grow old.. sorry to say !!! but that's life.
@momof3kids (1903)
• Singapore
27 Jul 10
I do not know such a technology but if women are planning to have children later they have to know that they have to have loads of energy. i have had my youngest at age 41 and I am shuddering to think that I have to do some chasing soon when she is learning to climb the stairs at my fathers house. Not to mention that with my 6 yr old, my attention towards her chatter has began waning. On the other hand i wonder what would the trouble be when you have children early?