There are many reasons why a woman may be having her first baby in her mid or late thirties. Many women would rather have children after marriage, and the wedding bells don’t always ring when we’d like. Others try to conceive for years and it doesn’t happen until later, due to fertility issues (their own or their partner’s).
Whatever the reason may be, the fact remains that a woman may find herself still trying to conceive later than desired, and there are certain things she should keep in mind so as to better understand what’s going on, what her options are, and how she can make the best of it all. The point is not to panic or feel pressured, but to be informed. Read more…
4 thoughts on “7 Things Women Should Know About Having Kids Later”
Being overweight only affects 10% of infertility cases so please stop spreading that information that all you have to do is lose weight to have a baby.
It said “sometimes”. Did you read it or you were in a hurry to comment?
I did read it and I have seen a lot of articles that try to blame infertility on weight when it is extraordinarily rare. Women don’t need to be body shamed when it comes to infertility. 10% is much different than “sometimes”. Science needs to be on the forefront of any advice given.
Your opinion has been noted, thanks for taking the time.