Other than the Mayo Clinic and other research say some women may experience reduced fertility after the age of 35, that is the way society is going. With women going to school and starting their careers, children may be pushed off to later in life. Also, with women being healthier these days, is the age 35 really the big age for reduced fertility or is it more like age 40+? I know many women who got pregnant and parented children after the age of 35. My friends who parent children after the age of 35 tend to complain less about their children and really know how to raise their children.
Why is parenting after 35 such a big topic?