If you are older than 35 and you’re trying to get pregnant, you may have heard that it might be harder. Conceiving, however, is a complex process, especially for women over 35. Women do not have an unlimited supply of eggs, unlike men, who continue to produce sperm all their lives.Being pregnant after age 35 makes such complications more possible, including premature birth, birth defects, low birth weight, including Down syndrome, miscarriage, and multiple pregnancies.
Fertility :Trouble with being pregnant (also called fertility problems). So, you have less and less eggs as you get older, and the eggs you have are not easily fertilized by the sperm of a man. All this makes getting pregnant harder for you.
Diabetes Preexisting :This is when there’s too much sugar in the blood (called blood sugar or glucose). Too much blood sugar, including blood vessels, nerves, eyes and kidneys, can damage organs in your body.
Blood Pressure High (also called hypertension): High blood pressure is when the blood force is too high against the walls of your blood vessels.
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