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Getting pregnant is a big decision. Especially at a later age. Can I do it? Am I not too old? These kinds of questions are very normal and human.
What exactly does it mean in later life?
If you are 35 years of age or older, you officially fall below the 'later age'. This means that pregnancy can cause complications. Yes. It sounds very scary, but it doesn't have to be. It is not guaranteed that the complications will occur in your pregnancy.
Risks of later pregnancy
There are indeed some more risks if you become pregnant at a later age. But that doesn't mean it happens in your pregnancy. Here are the risks in a row;
Benefits of becoming pregnant at a later age
Of course, there are also benefits to having a baby when you are a bit older. Here you have them in a row;
When you're ready
Whether you're 25 or 40, there's no rush. Really don't do it until you're ready. And yes, of course you have to take into account the risks, but it is still your choice.