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What are the Risks of Having a Baby after 35?

What are the Risks of Having a Baby after 35?

Often women are found asking, “Is it possible to plan a pregnancy after 35, and is it safe, what will the risks involved with babies?” Read below for “Risks of Having a Baby after 35”.

The quantity of the egg cannot be improved but the quality of the egg and functioning of the ovary can be improved by medication offering supplements like folic acid and melatonin.

Challenges conceiving Baby after 35

No ovulation- Women ovulate less frequently hence egg doesn’t releases or if it does, it doesn’t fertilizes after the age of 35. The quality of the egg also matters especially after 30s.

Ovary infection- Women who are suffering with POS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) causing hormonal imbalance and hence infertility or PMI (Primary Ovarian Insufficiency).

Endometriosis- Appearance of endometrial tissue outside the uterus or womb.

Previous surgery that led to scar tissue formation nearby cervix or fallopian tubes causing it to block the tubes or ectopic pregnancy in other words.

Decreasing cervical fluid- This leads to the lack of having fertile cervical mucus that further fails to protect the sperm and stops it from nourishing sperms. As a result, eggs don’t fertilize in women.

Fibroids or uterine disorders- There could be tumors inside uterus causing pain and inflammation in pelvic, vaginal bleeding or development of more fibroids. Usually fibroids are non-cancerous.

Diabetes or High blood pressure- Even high blood sugar levels sometimes make it impossible to conceive. Preeclampsia (high blood pressure) is quite common in women above thirties.

Chromosomal abnormalities causing 20 to 35% risks of miscarriage- Linked to aberration or chromosomal mutation.

Male infertility- Inability for a male to produce healthy sperms leading to impotency problems.

It takes couples to conceive normally after the age of 35, around 1 to 2 years. Those who don’t conceive normally go for fertility treatments like IVF (in vitro fertilization) and other ways.

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