you do to get pregnant?
Janet, a human resources executive in San Antonio, writes, "I have always been in
strong, long-term relationships (but
not the marrying kind), but by the time I realized I was in a relationship with a man that I could marry I was already 37. The
honeymoon, the professional commitments, buying a new home, and all that it takes to start a married life took its toll. Now that I realize it is time for me to be a mom, I am 41. Do I have any hope of getting pregnant?" she asks.
There is absolutely no doubt that fertility goes down with age and the risk of malformations, especially Down’s Syndrome, in the fetus is much higher among older mothers. However, many younger mothers have fertility problems, and many older mothers do giver birth to perfectly healthy babies each year.
Marcia Cross got pregnant at 44.
So what can you do to become pregnant?
Hurry up. You are in a race against time. Every day your fertility is going down and the risks go up.
Make sure that you meet with a doctor and get all the regular tests and a
Of course, you and your husband must be intimate more often during your fertile days. If he has any problems like
erectile dysfunction or
impotence, he needs to receive medical attention as well.
Keep your stress level
low. High levels of stress lowers fertility.
Start a regimen of vitamins and mineral supplements and definitely take
acid. Folic acid reduces the risk of malformations with the fetus.
If these things do not produce results, you may need to consider
fertility treatment and/or
of pregnancy on the body
for pregnant women
of practicing yoga while pregnant
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