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hey guys so am new to this forum my name is maureen,i am 36 years old and i am married. my husband is 5 years younger than i am and for the past 2 years we have been trying to have a child but we havent been successful.we decided to see a doctor and both us dint have any problem.since i am 5 years older i have been thinking that it could be the problem or maybe cause am old am almost 40. 1 maureen giles
10/20/2017
hey dear yes sometimes the older you are, the longer itís likely to take for you and your partner to conceive.so i advice that you keep trying since i dont think that your old and also keep off from stress and eat healthy. 2 debbie brown
10/20/2017
"Hey Maureen, welcome to the forum :) Well, I think, considering your age, you should either adopt a child or go through the surrogacy process of having a biological child of your own. Though there's nothing better in this world than adopting a child, I personally am a fan of the latter option so, I'll briefly be talking about that. With surrogacy, both the wife and hubby donate their egg and sperm to a reproduction center (selection for this one is all that matters in surrogacy) who place them (egg&sperm) inside a surrogate mother (they select her for you). Once the baby is born, you taketh it away and live happily after :) Like I mentioned above, selecting the best center is the most important step here so, don't go on experimenting all by yourself. Instead, take advice from people who already have experienced this. My cousin had the same condition and is now a mother of a 3 years old. She visited a clinic in Europe (Ukraine I think) where, as per her, she found the perfect and right people to carry this job and make her dream of becoming a mother come true. If interested in visiting the place, let me know, I can ask her the details for you. Stay healthy!" 3 eceppisa
10/29/2017
"Hey Maureen, welcome to the TeamNinja, lol. We all hope you will find the best answers to any questions you may have about the pregnancy-related issues :) To your question - well, pregnancy is different in your 40's when compared to when you were in your 20's. I'm not saying that it's not impossible to give birth to a child in your 40's of course, I have two friends who were in their 40's, one 41 the other was prolly 43, and they both had given birth to perfectly fine children. So, unless, God forbid, there is an issue, you should not bother about getting conceived. But remember that health is very important. One should not try to overplay the importance of good health with a pregnant mom in her 40's. Our bodies need a calculated amount of calories and nutrients to stay strong and give birth to a perfectly fine child. You should take your prenatal vitamin regularly and eat healthy food. Note that if you consume any additional calories, they should not be in the form of fats/sugar (proteinaceous food would do fine). So, yea, don't worry and go on with it. And don't forget to keep us updated about the how your meetings and appointments with your doc. go :)" 4 Cassidy
10/29/2017
"Hey Maureen, welcome to the TeamNinja, lol. We all hope you will find the best answers to any questions you may have about the pregnancy-related issues :) To your question - well, pregnancy is different in your 40's when compared to when you were in your 20's. I'm not saying that it's not impossible to give birth to a child in your 40's of course, I have two friends who were in their 40's, one 41 the other was prolly 43, and they both had given birth to perfectly fine children. So, unless, God forbid, there is an issue, you should not bother about getting conceived. But remember that health is very important. One should not try to overplay the importance of good health with a pregnant mom in her 40's. Our bodies need a calculated amount of calories and nutrients to stay strong and give birth to a perfectly fine child. You should take your prenatal vitamin regularly and eat healthy food. Note that if you consume any additional calories, they should not be in the form of fats/sugar (proteinaceous food would do fine). So, yea, don't worry and go on with it. And don't forget to keep us updated about the how your meetings and appointments with your doc. go :)" 4 Cassidy
10/29/2017

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female age issues