The optimal age (for women and men) for the birth of a child
The ideal age for the birth of a child is not just a figure in the passport and the physiological readiness of the woman’s body; this is a number of factors, among which are distinguished physiological, psychological and social.
Appearance of the girl’s menstruation indicates that her eggs are ready for fertilization. But this does not mean that her organs are ready to bear and give birth to a child. Loads associated with the bearing and birth of a child in adolescence are fraught with complications in the heart and kidneys, and there is a likelihood that the pelvic bones will not be able to disperse properly, which is a direct contraindication for natural childbirth. Girls grow and develop on average to 18 years old, at this age and can be guided, both at the start.
While there is menstruation and there are no significant contraindications for health, it is theoretically possible to give birth. But you do not forget to connect common sense. Since the age of 25, the body is aging. A healthy lifestyle, proper nutrition, a culture of sleep and rest can delay the visual aging, but by nature you can not go anywhere; By the age of 30, girls are developing progesterone insufficiency, testosterone levels are correspondingly higher, which is a risk factor for pregnancy. A girl younger than 30 years old has more flexible birth canals and mobile pelvic bones compared to more mature women, which also leads to a conclusion; from the point of view of physiology, the best age for the birth of children is 20-25 years. Age 18-35 years is considered conditionally safe.
The participation of the male half in the physiological part is reduced to its genetic material, that is, to the quality of the spermatozoa.
If a woman all eggs are formed during the stage of intrauterine development and new ones do not appear, then in men everything is much more joyful; Spermatozoa are able to change their qualities depending on their lifestyle. That is, if in 50 years a man does not drink, smoke or destroy himself in other ways, then his genetic material is not inferior to the spermatozoa of a 25-year-old boy. This characteristic of sperm motility also does not directly depend on age, but in practice it is lower in 40-year-olds than in 30-year-olds. This means that a 40-year-old man needs to make a little more effort for fertilization, but this will not affect the further development of the fetus.
If the upper limit for potential daddy does not exist, then there is a lower limit.
The teenage father risks transferring the defective genes to the baby and increases the risk of having a baby with a low weight and malformations, since his own reproductive system is still not properly regulated. Therefore, a physical start for a potential dad will be considered 16 years, and better 18, so as not to violate the framework of the law.
I believe that the best age ratio; for men this is about 30 years, but for a woman; somewhere around 23-25. During this period they were formed as individuals, matured and ready to have children.