I am 44 now, was 43 when I found out I was pregnant and I am due in 7 weeks. Things are good, and have had no problems.
Funny thing is I had horrible pregnancy with my last three, placenta previa, preclampsia. Nothing this time, he is small, but all my kids were.
I was like you, the doctors freaked me out. I had my ultrasounds, and did what they told me. I did not get a amnio, and things are great.
I am 32 weeks now, and have a very active baby. Don’t worry, they say bad things but they told me the chances of Down Syndrome was 1-10. Well, my test came back 1-1000, I have eggs of a 33 year old.
Look at all the women now that have babies that are older and are fine.
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Hannah's Hope: Seeking God's Heart in the Midst of In-fertility, Miscarriage, and Adoption Loss
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