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When Should Women Worry About Having Babies

The Biological Clock: When Should Women Worry?

From Kelly Preston to Nicole Kidman and Halle Berry to Celine Dion, many Hollywood ladies have decided to have babies later in life. While the media covers women well into their 40s and beyond baring children, they don't talk much about what went into getting them pregnant. At what age do you think the average woman should be concerned with fertility?

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runningesq runningesq 5 years
The ALL had complications? I find that hard to believe.
michlny michlny 5 years
runningesq - lol - GREAT point!
lickety-split lickety-split 5 years
If a woman wants to have a biological child, by 38 she should really be seriously thinking about starting to try and get pregnant. It usually takes longer when you're over 35, and by 41, your chances of getting pregnant w/o some type of intervention goes WAY down. I have a friend, divorced, one son who is 4. She wants another baby but wants to wait until she's remarried. She's 33. To me, she's already a single mom, has a great job, jus finished her masters. I told her to consider getting pregnant on her own.
runningesq runningesq 5 years
I think everyone should MYOFB about when a woman decides to have children.
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