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Can I get pregnant while in perimenopause?

Patricia Geraghty, NP
Women's Health

The end of fertility, the ability to become pregnant, is very difficult to determine. Although unlikely, it is possible to get pregnant up until menopause is fully established. This means up until you have had 12 months without a period. At the same time, fertility is decreased starting at age 35 years and significantly decreased in the 40s. Consult your healthcare provider for individual information to meet your needs.

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