State of Affairs

Friday, December 12, 2008
Pregnancy Over 40
Women have long been told the older they are, the riskier pregnancy is to both mother and baby. But as the population ages and women marry (or decide to have children) later and later, more women over forty are choosing to become pregnant. Women in their forties, fifties and is some cases, even sixties are deciding to become mothers, and it’s not always for a first baby. But what should women (and their partners) know before deciding on a later life pregnancy? What are the real risks? And what are the chances for conception if you are over forty? Join us on Friday when we look at issues around pregnancy over forty; and call up with your questions or experiences.

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Laura is LPM's Director of Podcasts & Special Projects.