Is it true that men over 50 would lost their fertility at this age?

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Is it true that men over 50 are unlikely to have children as they would lost their fertility at this age?

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12 Responses to Is it true that men over 50 would lost their fertility at this age?

  1. coldfuse says:

    No, men over 50 can still be very fertile. They simply are not equipped to keep up with children!

  2. Jo says:

    nope…not true. Men haven’t lost their fertility at this age… but they may have lost some of their stamina and patience for raising children. Men can make babies for decades and decades! Just make sure you don’t have them both in diapers at the same time!

  3. hello there x3 says:

    No. Even men in their 60s and 70s are capable of fertility and fathering children.

  4. Bag says:

    No. Men are fertile for their whole life. The quality of the sperm decreases, but they will always produce it.

    I have had three children with my husband who is over 50.

  5. James says:

    Men can have children at any age. some men have children at the age of 90

  6. Kaye says:

    its possible although it may be a bit irresponsible to have a child at such an age

  7. ANF says:

    Absolutely not true. A man is fertile but perhaps to a lessor degree for as long as he can produce semen. The main problem is that ejaculation is not very strong so the sperm need to do more work to fertilse the egg.

  8. iplaymusicforu says:

    Of course, if you generalize too much, you’ll get wrong answers but for most guys, sperm production decreases with age.

    Does that mean that they can’t have children? Better be careful….

    so as an older man producing less sperm, they produce thousands instead of millions……still a chance to get a woman pregnant….

  9. dbraunofva says:

    No, but what scientists have found is that men over 40 tend to have more children with genetic problems. Sperm is basically a copy of a copy of a copy of the man’s genetic code, and errors tend to creep into these copies after 40. Just like women over 35 have a greater chance of having a baby with Down Syndrome, men over 40 should really think hard before deciding to reproduce.

  10. mJc says:

    No, not at all. Men are very much fertile all the way up to the end of their life. More likely that they have problems getting sexually aroused (if you know what I mean). One guy I knew became a father at the age of 62. His daughter is now 24 and all her life people wondered if he was her grandfather (lol)

  11. cowluvr says:

    i thought it was that women over like 50 couldnt have kids cuz they lose all their eggs but men keep all their sperm untill they die

  12. rotorhead says:

    Not true. We usually don’t have wives young enough at that age to have kids and usually have other things planned for our lives that don’t involve raising kids.

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