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Q: what age should a woman stop trying to get pregnant

what age should a woman stop trying to get pregnant

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Paul, Community Member
9/ 8/09 8:24am

That's an individual choice, or until she stops ovulating.

Age 35 is the general age where there is a statistical increased risk to the baby and the mother to have health problems. Still, most pregnancies, where the mother is healthy, are normal.

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