I've decided very early that I don't want to have children. Many women have told me that I'm going to change my mind someday, since they did. I haven't changed my mind yet, but I'm always a bit afraid of later regretting not having children.
I'm 34 years old and have been paleo for about 4 months now. I know that the age to have a healthy baby has been increasing, but I wonder if a paleo diet could mean the eggs don't go bad so early. I don't know much about the science, and I don't even know if the "eggs going bad" is true or not. Is it? If so, could paleo then make a difference on how soon it happens?
I also don't know whether it's true that women go through menopause at about the same age as their moms did. If that's true, then since my mom entered menopause when she was 42 (which I think is a bit earlier that most women), perhaps I would not be very fertile earlier than most women. Does anyone have any knowledge on that?
I just wish I could postpone thinking about that for 10 or more years...
PS: I do like children. :)