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Trying to Conceive After 35 with FertilAid
It's a well-documented fact that our fertility begins to decline as we get older, and that it tends to be easier to conceive in your twenties than it is in your late thirties or early forties. This can be attributed to a variety of factors, including less frequent ovulation, a decrease in cervical fluid, endometriosis, fibroids, and a number of other issues that tend to occur more as we age.
Since its introduction, FertilAid for Women has been popular with trying-to-conceive women in their late thirties and early forties, a fact that is evident when reading our customer-submitted product reviews.
The following are actual reviews submitted to us by FertilAid users trying to conceive after 35. To read additional FertilAid reviews, click here