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I am 19. In 10 years will my fertility have decreased significantly?

By March 25, 2013 - 12:29pm
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Would I have a better chance of concieving at 24-25? Also, I used to have chlamydia, but got it treated & I no longer have it. I have no idea how long I had it, so could my reproductive health be damaged from that? I'm terrified for my future in regards to having children, I really want a kid(s) someday.
I don't have any unusual symptoms , and never really have - aside from some abdominal cramps when having a heavy period. But birth control has helped dramatically with that.

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