Your age isn’t the only factor in carrying a healthy baby. Our experts explain what you need to know about having a baby after age 35.
For some women, getting pregnant is the easy part of their journey to parenthood. Instead of facing fertility issues, they worry about the potential health risks their unborn baby faces. The older you are, the more apprehensive you may be. Statistically, your baby’s chances of having Down syndrome or other birth defects increase as your … Read More
Reproductively, age 35+ is advanced maternal age. Learn the risks and what help is available.