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Just wondering if any of you ladies are also over 35. If so, what are your experiences.
I am 39 and in great health. Walked into the first app't with the nurse and was immediately started with perinatologist due to age. So far I have not had one issue with this pg (nausa - although that is ladies at any age). Was told the 101 risks on the list. When I met with my doc (regular, not the perianologist) we discussed my gut feelings that I would have no problems. :heart him. He agreed (or placated) that age is simply one small factor and in his view I was not high risk. (Love this doc). Yes, I still treat with the perinatologist as well.
Wondering if all ladies similar in age have had similar referrals and readings of the same long list of increased risks.
I'm 36, and very overweight. I'm still very active. He set me up with an ultrasound specialist but that was only because I was originally carrying twins. My ob is very laid back though. He ordered some tests today but hasn't had anything else extra because of age
Mom to Easton 9/13/2005
Due June 22. 2013