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    Can you get pregnant at 50 or 60?

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    Yes you can.  I was pregnant at 47.  I gave birth at 48... and I was not the oldest patient my doctor had at the time.  One woman was 50 and another was 51.  As long as your reproductive 'insides' are working, pregnancy is possible.

    Yes.

    Know this: Female fertility drops sharply after age 35, while the rate of miscarriage invreases. A woman of 42 has only a 5% chance of conceiving.


    Older men wanting to become fathers should consider that they pass on more mutations as they get older, probably dwarfism, schixophrenia, autism, and autism.


    Check this  ssa.gov/oact/STATS/table4c6.html



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