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20Getting Pregnant Is More Difficult Than It Used To Be

Via: Green Olives Blog

USA Today points out that after age 35, it is much more difficult for women to get pregnant than it is for their younger counterparts. This is due to the fact that they ovulate less frequently than they used to do thanks to Mother Nature being a massive pain in

the neck.

Younger women may not look forward to ovulation because it is a forerunner to "that time of the month” and all of the menstrual cramps that come along with it, but who knew that once they’re older, they might miss it?

Women can’t get a break—either there are menstrual cramps that hurt when they are younger or less frequent ovulation interferes with their life plans to get pregnant at an older age.

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