To have a child, there’s no ~perfect~ age.
So, stop that thinking right now. The conditions of each woman’s body and life are different. Yet one truth is hard to swallow: Women are not fertile forever.
The truth is,
At least if you’re trying to get pregnant, certain ages are safer than others. However, recognizing your fertility will help you make a decision that makes you feel great.
Now, let’s get practical for a minute:
A female is born with all of the eggs she will ever have — about one or two million. Such numbers drop with age, but as soon as a girl hits puberty and begins to release those eggs and menstruate, she can become pregnant — between 10 and 14 years of age.
Basically, when you’re a teenager, your body is super fertile.
But while the body of a 15-year-old may be physically ready to begin to have babies. For teen moms and their children. Childbirth carries high medical, emotional, and financial costs.
Having a baby may be the perfect age for you in your twenties.
Women in their twenties are more fertile, but it may not be the greatest time to try to conceive when it comes to their personal lives. When you know you just want a child in the future, it’s a good time to start planning your twenties.