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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy_over_age_50

Pregnancy over age 50 has, over recent years, become possible for more women, and more easily achieved for many, due to recent advances in assisted reproductive technology, in particular egg donation.Typically, a woman's fecundity ends with menopause, which, by definition, is 12 consecutive months without having had any menstrual flow at all.During perimenopause, the menstrual cycle and the .....

www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-after-35

As the saying goes: Age ain’t nothing but a number. But when it comes to getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy, it can matter. Rest assured, most healthy women who get pregnant after ...

www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/getting-pregnant/in...

If you're older than age 35 and hoping to get pregnant, you're in good company. Many women are delaying pregnancy well into their 30s and beyond — and delivering healthy babies. Taking special care can help give your baby the best start.

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Women older than 40 are more likely to deliver a low-birth-weight or preterm baby. Stillbirth rates are also higher, and studies show that children born to older mothers may be at increased risk of type 1 diabetes and high blood pressure (though this association isn't strong). ... Your chances of getting pregnant in your 40s. Almost half of ...

www.livescience.com/55275-older-women-pregnancy-risks.html

A 60-year-old woman in England whose daughter died wants to use her daughter's eggs to get pregnant and give birth to her own grandchild. But would such a pregnancy come with risks? In general ...

www.pregnancycorner.com/.../older-women-conceiving-twins.html

Pregnancy Symptoms in Older Women Carrying Twins. The older a women is when she becomes pregnant, the greater the toll on the body. An older woman may experience symptoms more acutely because the body’s ability to react to stress decreases with age.

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A Guide to Pregnancy Complications. by Elizabeth Eden Pregnancy Complications in Older Mothers. Prev NEXT . By medical tradition, an older mother is defined as a woman pregnant at the age of 35 or older. In recent years there has been a trend for women to delay childbearing until their 30s and to have additional children in their 30s and 40s.

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I met my pediatrician husband four years ago on an Internet dating site. He liked my profile, but he said that he was really hoping to have more children. He was 50 and I was a 49-year-old mother ...

www.nhs.uk/.../pregnancy-warning-for-older-women

Women should have a baby before the age of 35 or “risk missing out on motherhood”. This was the stark message from the Daily Mail. The newspaper said that there is concern about rising infertility rates among women who delay starting a family and that new evidence demonstrates that it is increasingly difficult for women to become pregnant after the age of 35.

www.estronaut.com/a/pregnant_older.htm

Older women tend to release more than one egg a month, leading to higher rates of twins. Twin pregnancies increase the risk of complications, in younger and older moms. In short, it is more important to look at the woman's medical history, and the pregnancy itself, rather than at the woman's age.