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Oldest patient was 53y having her 23 child

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, February 14, 2008 | 0 comments

Expert: Lawrence Jay Rappaport M.D.
Subject: later in life pregnancy
You are not too old to conceive or carry a pregnancy. I have many patients in their 40's who are having their first child.

My oldest patient was 53 years old having her 23 child. You are considered young [at 36y], and can easily become pregnant and carry a pregnancy to term.

As long as you have regular periods (at any age), you can conceive.


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