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41 year old, have regular periods, never used pills or hormonal contraception. Chances of conceiving?

I m almost 41, have never had children and have regular periods,what are my chancing of conceiving? In my early twenties went through 2 long stretches( one of nine months, the other almost a year) without periods. Had this checked out and was told there was nothing wrong. Think it was largely due to stress at this time. Once they returned my periods have always been regular lasting for usually 5 days each months. Have never used the pill or any hormonal means of contraception .
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Certain conditions are very necessary for conception among them ovulation is very important if you are producing the ovum then chances of pregnancy is would be fairly enough, but it could be said high risk pregnancy looking to your age, NOTE BEFORE:- Male partner should be medically fit for this too, have nice day.
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