Pregnancy between 30 to 40 years

Pregnancy between 30 to 40 years

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Pregnancy between 30 to 40 years
Posted in 2014
An increasing number of women are choosing to have their first child in their mid-30s or later. The challenge for this age group is that with the body’s natural aging process, a woman’s eggs age as well; and this phenomenon is a significant cause of infertility and miscarriage. Getting pregnant after age 40 is a challenge for women that may have no other impediment to conception.
The decline in fertility potential or ‘ovarian reserve’ means that not only do the ovaries have fewer eggs to offer, but the eggs they have are of poorer quality, and thus have a harder time producing eggs that are capable of fertilizing and resulting in a healthy pregnancy. (For many years, researchers wondered whether the uterus was also affected by the aging process, but today it is clear that decline in fertility is mostly due to the results of the aging egg.)
The inability to produce healthy, viable eggs often results in lower pregnancy rates as well as higher rates of miscarriage in women over the age of 35. For women over 40, getting pregnant is only half the journey. As miscarriage rates over 40 are 50% and rise quickly with each advancing year.
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1... I have seen many couple who married between 30+ .... because of their profession settlement. 2.... Many women consider that 30s is the right time to get pregnant because they have settled in their career, have financial stability, and are more experienced and wise enough to deal with the challenges of motherhood. And thanks to increased financial independence, job security, and late marriages, women are considering having children later rather than earlier nowadays. However, the chances of getting pregnant after turning 30 begin to reduce due to biological changes. If you have been thinking about delaying your pregnancy, you may want to consider the pros and cons, and only then make a decision. In this article, we have tried to address all the possible concerns you would have about getting pregnant in your 30s.
3....   A woman’s chances of successful pregnancy after the age of 30 (30-34) are as high as 86%. But on the downside, the risk of miscarriage also rises to 20%. In most cases, couples don’t need fertility treatment in their early 30s. But, doctors suggest that a woman should still visit a gynaecologist for a check-up when planning for a child
4....  If you plan to get pregnant in your late 30s, you should know that the chances of pregnancy during the late 30s (35-39) are considerably high, but still lower than those in their early 30s. Research suggests that about 78% of women in the late 30s conceive, particularly if they are under 37. However, the risks of miscarriage, Down’s syndrome or abnormal pregnancy increase.
5....  While most women trying for a baby have 15-20% chance of conceiving in a month, some (around 30%) may take a year or more. A visit to a specialist is recommended if you have been trying for 6 months. In most cases, women in their 30s, especially late 30s, need In Vitro Fertilization(IVF)
6....   Take Longer to Conceive: After age 30, some women may find it difficult to conceive. It is majorly because ovulation becomes more erratic as the female body matures. The number of eggs goes down considerably, and the quality of eggs released also starts diminishing. All these factors result in infertility, which might take longer to cure.
7...    Lifestyle Diseases: As you grow older, many medical problems such as thyroid, diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure start to creep in and affect you and your baby’s health. These conditions increase the risk of premature delivery.
8....   Develop Pregnancy Complications: You are at a higher risk of developing gestational diabetes or high blood pressure during pregnancy. You will need to follow a strict diet plan, exercise and visit your gynaecologist
9....   Higher risks of miscarriage: The risks of miscarriage and stillbirth increase in pregnant women in their late 30s. Several factors like the quality of the eggs, age and biological restraints could lead to miscarriage after age 30.
10...  Health of your baby: A pregnancy in the 30s puts the baby’s health at a greater risk. Babies born to older women often run the risk of acquiring genetic problems like Down’s syndrome or a spinal cord defect
11....  Stop Smoking/ Drinking – Avoid smoking and drinking while trying to conceive. Ask your partner to cut down on smoking and drinking as it can lower sperm count in men. Some lifestyle changes are much required for a healthy pregnancy and for a healthy baby.
12...   Exercise – Exercise is highly recommended to you if you are planning to get pregnant in your 30s. It will not only help you lose weight if you are on the heavier side, but it will also raise your fitness levels, making it easier for you to get pregnant. For beginners, we recommend yoga. Upon conceiving, you may enrol in exercise classes for pregnant women to make sure you are healthy enough to bear the child and lower any chances of pregnancy complications.
13....  Manage Your Stress – After a certain point in life, there is no running away from stress. If you are trying to get pregnant and are in your 30s, several factors might raise the stress levels and take a toll on your body. They might delay your pregnancy or develop pregnancy-related complications. It is, therefore, very important to manage physical and mental stress. You may seek help from your husband or family to take care of some of your tasks so that you can rest or exercise a little. Also, do not forget to meditate as it helps calm jittery nerves and make better decisions.
14...   The Couple should remember their age plays major role to give birth to a child.
15... I advise all to marry before 30 and have a healthy child
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