Regular Periods/Ovulation... will TTC be easy at 35, 36 yo?
I'm 35 yo and weigh 114 pounds at 5'5. I've been a healthy eater all my life. I do not smoke or drink. I've currently invested in many books about getting pregnant and healthy eating, so I can prepare my body for a healthy pregnancy.
My question is, will getting pregnant be easy if I have regular periods and ovulation cycles? I have never had problems. My paps are normal. My doctor has told me that I have a small pelvis which might mean that my first pregnancy might have to be a c-section, though I hope my pelvis can stretch and help me have a vaginal birth which is what I want to experience.
Also, for 2 years now, I have had a slight underactive thyroid that gets under control after a month of medication. My doctor said it should not be a problem, if it does go down during pregnancy then he will give me the medication to balance it again.
I'm also a coffee lover, but never drink more than two a day. The coffee is quite light so I drink it with lots of milk, I don't know if this makes a big difference. However, I know coffee is not good and hurts fertility, but with a normal cycle all my life, will getting pregnant at 35 and beyond be relatively easy for me?
Last edited by Athena213; 07-15-2012 at 09:12 PM.