Posted 15 September 2018 - 10:43 AM
I could tell you the stories of my sister and my closest friend, but they;'re not going to help you without also telling you the stories of the ones whose fertility had diminished dramatically by 35.
Fertility starts to drop about ten years prior to menopause. Family history might give you an idea of that, but that's not all there is to it. One of my sisters was 50 (gave up trying for another at 40), another was early fifties (got pregnant the first month she tried at 44) and I was late fifties (and still madly ovulating in mid forties, after getting pregnant the first month I tried at 38). Mine had been artificially 'moved along' from being severely underweight as a teenager, and not having first period until nearly 18.
All you can do is investigate how your body's doing, and see if you need some assistance getting pregnant.