35, maximum age for Pregnant Women Healthy

Posted by pak yons on Wednesday, January 2, 2013

pregnant over 35...For those of you who just got married, it's good not to be too long to delay pregnancy. Because, doctors have warned that delaying pregnancy can affect the fertility of women especially at the age of 35 years.

Especially now that it seems more and more women who prefers career to have a baby so put off at least until the age of 30 years. However, beware, women older than 35 years of six-fold higher risk of having problems during pregnancy when compared to those younger than 10 years, according to results of a study held by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

pregnant over 35..The study's results also suggest that the partner who was too old to have a baby will be more difficult and more risky cause medical complications for both mother and baby. Meanwhile, at age 40, a woman more likely to have a miscarriage.

On the other hand, the level of male fertility will decline rapidly since the age of 25 years. Then it. The doctor estimates that the average 40-year-old man took two years to be able to impregnate his partner, even if the partner is still in their 20s.

30 percent of women aged 35 years old took over a year to get pregnant, while those aged 25 years only has a percentage of 5 percent.

Women who become pregnant in the late 30s and 40s are also more likely to suffer complications such as preeclampsia, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and they are also more likely to require a cesarean section.

The baby was more likely to be born prematurely, is small, and be at risk having down syndrome and other genetic disorders.

"Hard facts about women's fertility should be recognized and known to women of all ages to remind them that the most secure age for childbearing ie 20-35 years," said David Utting, an obstetrics and gynecology at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, was quoted as saying Daily Mail, Friday (28/1).

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.This study has also been published in the medical journal obstetrician and Gynaecologist January 2011 issue.

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