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These couples should not be treated empirically, but reassured that they have a 75% chance of having a successful pregnancy (30). ASSESSING THE FEMALE History Taking Age One of the most important aspects to take into consideration in history taking is age. As discussed previously, as a woman grows older so do her oocytes and their quality and quantity decline, making conceiving a more lengthy and difficult process. The average time to conception for women over 35 years is one to two years compared with 96% of couples who are under the age of 25 and who conceive within one year.
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