The Most Effective Fertility Treatments for Women Over 30

Dr. Randy Morris

The Most Effective Fertility Treatments for Women Over 30

Dr. Randy Morris

Most Effective Fertility Treatments

Fertility begins to decline for women at the age of 30 and beyond. A woman’s fertility drops significantly after the age of 35 and as she grows into her late 30s, her chance of getting pregnant drops precipitously. According to Dr. Randy S. Morris – founder and Medical Director of IVF1 –

  • After the age of 35, a woman’s risk of infertility, miscarriage, or complicated pregnancy increases.
  • It is best for a woman to begin family planning before she reaches the age of 35 – based upon a complete biological perspective.

At IVF1, Dr. Morris and his staff of infertility specialist understand that having a baby before a woman enters her 30s may not be an option for many of today’s modern women, given career priorities and/or the inability to find a life partner.The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recommends that women over the age of 35 consult a fertility specialist after 6 months of regular, unprotected intercourse that does not result in a pregnancy. Because the fertility window for women over 30 narrows quickly, Dr. Morris recommends that women in their 30s seek fertility assistance as soon as possible after trying to become pregnant after six months.

Effective Fertility Treatments for Women Over 30

The two most common causes of infertility for women over 30 are:

  • Diminished Ovarian Reserve (DOR)
  • Blockages of the Fallopian Tubes

Two effective fertility treatments for women over 30 are In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) using either:

  • The intended mother’s own eggs via Standard IVF,
  • A donor’s eggs through IVF1’s Egg (Oocyte) Donation Program

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

The most effective treatment for these medical conditions is In Vito Fertilization. At IVF1 you will be guided through the steps you can take to give yourself the best possible chance of conceiving and giving birth to a healthy baby.More women than ever are using egg donors as they keep delaying childbearing until long past the age when their own eggs are healthy. This has helped fuel an increased demand for egg donors by first-time mothers in their mid to late 30s. Because of IVF treatment options are available to women over 30, thousands of previously infertile women are now new mothers. To these mothers, an IVF treatment option has been medically determined to be the prime alternative method of conceiving and delivering a healthy baby – changing lives for women in their 30s.

To receive the answers to the questions you have about the most effective treatment for you to get pregnant in your 30s, contact IVF1. Click below to schedule a consultation or call 630.357.6540.