POPSUGAR Moms Facebook When a Woman Should Worry About Fertility Do Studies Make You More Concerned With Your Fertility? by Heather Maddan 1/30/11 4 Shares Like us on Facebook From Nicole Kidman and Halle Berry to Celine Dion and Kelly Preston, many famous women have decided to put off having children until later in life. Some even admitting they weren't concerned with the risks. While the media covers women well into their 40s and beyond giving birth, they don't talk much about what went into getting them pregnant. Then there's the rest of the world. When we asked our readers to cast their vote on when the average woman should become concerned about fertility, 38 percent said the late 30s are the time to worry. Yet, studies seem to repeatedly contradict that notion, are you influenced by them? Source: Getty Read More StatisticsSocial NetworkingFacebookCommunityPregnancyFertilityAge Facebook This Facebook Post Got a Day-Care Worker Fired Before Her First Day Get Social With POPSUGAR Fashion! Thought Your Facebook Photos Were Private? Think Again How to Disable "Seen" in Facebook Messages Fertility Baby Successfully Born Via Womb Transplant. Will More Follow? Could Your Road to Pregnancy Begin With . . . Your Spit? Is Egg Freezing the Answer to Having It All? I Went to Freeze My Eggs and They Told Me I Don't Have Any Left Pregnancy We Have a Name: Introducing Princess Charlotte! What to Pack in Your Makeup Bag Before Going Into Labor It's a Girl! Celebrate the New Princess With Kate Middleton's Most Stylish Maternity Moments Woman Kept on Life Support For 2 Months So Her Unborn Baby Could Survive Stay sane and savvy with our daily newsletter Sign up for our daily newsletter. Sign up with amber512 4 years Oh you didn't intrude :)Unfortunately I need to see a doctor because I haven't had a cycle in three years, but can't afford any tests right now. Hopefully I can get it all figured out soon! amber512 4 years Oh you didn't intrude :) Unfortunately I need to see a doctor because I haven't had a cycle in three years, but can't afford any tests right now. Hopefully I can get it all figured out soon! 4 years Hi Amber... I'm not trying to intrude but I also had some issues getting pregnant. My first actually resulted in a miscarriage when I was about 2 months along. Then, it took almost a year for my munchkinn to be concieved. What worked the best for us was using the ovulation kit from the pharm and also keeping my legs highly elevated after my hubby er...finished lol. Idk if this is like common knowledge but it worked for us after my mom told me not to get us after sex or to wash just stay in bed w legs elevated...well I wish you all the bestnwish I had morentips for you bc I know what ur going thru good luck Hun amber512 4 years I'm really concerned about my feritility since my husband and I have been trying for over four years without success.