When should you get pregnant? Age matters, of course. So does time of life, maturity level and a host of other life issues. In this section, we take a look at when to get pregnant, getting pregnant after age 35, and pregnancy risks after 35.
A new study says a woman's health at age 40 is linked to how old she was when she had her first baby.
Whether you're trying to conceive during your 20s, 30s or 40s, getting pregnant at any age has its pluses and minuses.
This grandmother found out she's pregnant -- with twins!
Moms reveal the pros and cons of having kids in your 20s, 30s, 40s, and beyond.
Find out how your age affects pregnancy -- and what you can to do ensure that both you and your developing baby are safe and healthy.
Is becoming a mom in your 20s easier or harder than it is in your mid 40s? We asked five women to share the ups and downs of having babies early, late, or somewhere in between.
There's no 'right time' to have a baby -- but there are simple steps you can take to stay happy and healthy at every age.
The older you are, the more challenges you may face during pregnancy. Be sure to read on if you're over 35 and pregnant.
You thought your first child was life-changing? Wait until you have your second one!
Women in the U.S. are waiting longer than ever to start having children.
For women who want to become pregnant--but not just yet!-- oocyte cryopreservation, or egg freezing, can seem like an effective way to cheat your biological clock. But what's really involved? These are five things you need to keep in mind if you're considering putting your eggs on ice.
Amnio can help diagnose chromosomal abnormalities, like Down Syndrome. Find out if you need this test.
The pros and cons of having kids in your 20s, 30s, and 40s.
The emotional roller coaster of trying to conceive after 40.