The reason why I ask this is because I switched majors because I was originally going for a computer science major but decided I didn't like the idea of becoming a software engineer. So I switched to Physical Therapy and I still have 1 more year after this one before I can apply for PT school. I'm currently 23 years old soon to be 24 in January and I'll be 25 by next spring (2017). Which means I'll be 28 or 29 by 2020.
I'm asking this because you don't hear too much about male fertility like you do females and I was wondering if I were say 30 years old if that would cause problems in the future as far as having kids.
Look forward to hearing from you all soon
Most Helpful Girl
Entirely depends upon you. 29 is probably on the younger side, these days. Most couples wait until they're in their early-mid thirties before having children.
As for the fertility thing, men are more or less fertile until the day they die. It does slow down considerably as they age, but you can theoretically father children until your 70s. Whether said children will be very healthy is another issue entirely.0
Most Helpful Guy
You don't hear about it because we keep our fertility almost into our 50s on average. Why are you picking 29 if you're 23? You just kind of skipped to 2020 for no reason. You could do it before then if you wanted. You could do it in 2030 if you wanted with ease.0