As long as he produces the active male gamete cell (sperm) and physically make it possible for the sperm to reach the ovary and fertilize the ova in the female.
A woman's ability to become pregnant is not dependent on her age. It is a question of whether the woman's body is able and far enough developed to become pregnant. Typically the availability to become pregnant is tied closely to the beginning of a woman's menstrual cycle which typically does not happen until puberty (generally between the age of 12 - 14).
I have read that the optimal age is 23.
Menopause is basically the time in a woman's life when she is no longer able to become pregnant; menstruation has ceased and fertility is no longer a possibility. Symptoms of menopause vary from woman to woman, ranging from hot flashes, irregular periods, urinary problems, hair loss, etc. It is important to note that menopause is a normal cessation that occurs in all females, the only difference being the exact age of onset and the symptoms they endure.
Each woman is different and for some it is harder.
yes- if she has her period now and then
No you do not have to be a certain age, although you are more likely to get it when you are vulnerable for example, a pregnant woman. (i think)
The age of majority in New York is 18, therefore it is not relevant if the young woman is pregnant or not when it pertains to her being of legal age.
An Angus cow is able to breed anytime she is not pregnant and in heat.
Somewhere around age 50, women usually stop ovulating (releasing an egg to be fertilized), a condition known as menopause. Once a woman has completely stopped ovulating, she cannot become pregnant (no egg), and will no longer have a menstrual period. However, menopause does not occur at the same age for all women.
Yes you can. but, harder for a woman at 47 to get pregnant
A woman can get pregnant up to age (approximately) 50 without help as in hormone treatments and artificial methods. This is individual and do depend a bit on when the menopause "kicks" in.Some woman even get pregnant naturally even after the menopause have started but this is not very common. This just to tell that a woman is not considered sterile even after starting menopause.However:A woman should try to have children before the age of 40. There are for most woman increased difficulty in becoming pregnant after this age.Downs Syndrome is also increasingly more commonly found in babies born by "older" women. The percentage of babies born with Down syndrome slowly increase after age of 40.It is very well possible for older woman (after 50) to become pregnant, but this would include hormonal treatment and egg from a donor.
possibly. depending on age.