As more women these days are having children later in life than in the past, conception issues relating to women who may be older are questions which are posed much more often. More women these days are establishing themselves in their careers prior to bearing children and therefore the birth rate of children whose mothers are over 35 is increasing as well. If you are over 35 years of age and are thinking about conceiving, you may find yourself asking whether or not there are additional risks relating to birth defects. The general answer to this question is in the affirmative and some of the birth defect risks will be detailed below.
Most at-home pregnancy tests are sticks that you pee on and look for a line or something else that indicates that you’re pregnant. You place the test into your urine and then read the results after the timeframe specified in the test instructions. It’s easy to determine if you’re pregnant early because some tests detect … Read more