Our expert says:
There is no need to worry about your age until at least 35 years. Many normal healthy women take up to a year to fall pregnant. This is normal. If you are not on hormonal contraception, there is no adjustment time when you stop, so it should help. There is no problem having babies a year apart. The main problem after the age of 35, is an increased risk of Down syndrome.
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