It is believed that, after ovulation, the total egg count is the main indicator of the fertility of women. However, where the total egg count is apart but the true indicator is the egg quality, and the rejection in the quality of the egg is natural, predictable outcomes of age.
Here, we have listed a few things that you need to know about fertility and egg quality.
The total amount of eggs is 1 to 2 million typically when women are born they will have this count. After some time and according to age, the eggs that are healthy supplies declined in mainly two ways:
First is, women tend to lose eggs every month, the cycle starts after puberty, the amount of eggs that women lose is about thousand and by the age of 34 and 35 only approx six per cent of the leftover egg count. Secondly, after a particular age, there is a decline in egg quality, which is a little more intricate. Women born with all their eggs, but throughout life, they remain inactive in the ovaries in a primordial or immature form. They continue to be in rest until they receive the signals during a specific month in which they are going to be ovulated. The eggs undergo a maturation process before ovulation that also includes meiosis or cell division. The eggs which are elder are more tend to errors during meiosis, and this is the main reason behind an egg contains abnormal DNA; the older egg is more expected to have it. If you remember what you have studied earlier in your high school, that egg cannot perform its functions without a healthy DNA. DNA is the main controller of the cell….cell works what DNA commands it. A healthy egg and a healthy baby is a derivative of healthy DNA. As fast as a women age, her eggs are starting to become less healthy.
Every woman has a fraction of abnormal eggs. Woman in her 40s has approx. eighty per cent abnormal eggs, while in the early 20s she has approx. twenty per cent of abnormal eggs, according to a study of embryo create from eggs of different ages of women. This decrease in egg fertility and quality is observed among the woman across the world.
Women’s eggs remain pushed away inside the ovaries, exaggerated by the process of ageing that has no such evidence (why exactly it happened), but usually unaltered by the preponderance of the tear and wears the leftover of the body weathers. This definitely has cons and pros: while the health of the egg does not appear to be significantly enhanced by nutrients, supplements and antioxidants that may sustain well cells in the body parts.
Fertility is determined by the egg’s quality
Fertility has seemed like a gumball (egg) machine, every month your body releases an egg (gumball) in a natural menstrual cycle from the ovaries. The egg can be unhealthy or healthy. As the age starts upgrading, few gumballs (eggs) have left in the ovaries (machine) of the women and this is a fact that the higher number of eggs is unhealthy there that ultimately lowers the chance the one whom you give birth would be healthy, this is why it takes much longer time, more menstrual cycles for an elder women to conceive. This is the reason because of which a higher declining rate depends on the age of the women when they use IVF advanced reproductive technology. The chance of success is very low when the eggs are unhealthy or few eggs are there to work.