Pregnancy over 40, is it ok to have a baby after 40? Would you agree to give birth to a child after 40?
With advances in medical technology, I don't see any reason why it would not be okay to have a baby after 40. Even 38, when my mother had me, she was just six months shy of her 40th birthday. I would certainly agree to give birth to a child after 40. I may actually have to, since I'm getting close to there and my husband and I don't yet have a living child of our own.
I say go for it! If you're healthy, and conscious of your health during the pregnancy, and treated by competent physicians, you'll have a beautiful, healthy child! And those extra years that you waited may have turned you into a wiser, more patient, and more practical mother. Wise, patient, and practical mothers are VERY good for children.
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