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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    No its just a level. I had mine done at about 30 and it was 16 which is around normal for my age. It would be very unlikely that yours would be super low if you have two little kiddies already. Even if it did come back low, its only an indicator, its not the be all end all. Its worth having it done, just to see what it is.
    My eldest is 8 and my youngest is 5 so it's been a while. Menopause happens late, around mid 50's in my mum's side, so I'm hoping I have enough left for just one more babe

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    Peak age for child rearing is 24 but I don't know many 24 yr olds who are ready for a baby.

    Funny how the world works but I guess we were built many years ago when life expectancy was much lower and you married young.

    I just hope to have all my kids before 36 if I'm that lucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsoptomistic View Post
    As far as your body is concerned, yes you are an older mum. I am in my 30's and preg w #2 and am classed as and older mother. Our bodies are at their best for pregnancy at about 16 (so my OBGYN tells me). When people decide to have kids has nothing to do with when their body is at its peak for conception, carrying and child birth.
    I'm 32 so they better put me in the geriaric mum's ward!

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    Lucky clementine. At the age of 35 you ARE classed as a geriatric pregnancy...
    You have 3 years to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    Lucky clementine. At the age of 35 you ARE classed as a geriatric pregnancy...
    You have 3 years to go.
    Quite right i guess I'm used to talking in IVF terms where i'm considered a youngen.

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    Well with the new developments where they cut a bit of your ovary out and I think freeze and place back later on, you just may be having kids at 50 easy peasy

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    Lucky clementine. At the age of 35 you ARE classed as a geriatric pregnancy...
    You have 3 years to go.
    Haha! I'm 32 and this pregnancy was the result of IVF - bring in the zimmer frame people! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsoptomistic View Post
    Haha! I'm 32 and this pregnancy was the result of IVF - bring in the zimmer frame people! Lol
    be careful you don't break your hip.

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    *coughs* I'm nearly 34 the granny in this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    *coughs* I'm nearly 34 the granny in this thread
    I'm 34 in 6 weeks ... does that make me great granny??


 

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