Hi An_24, Is my personal experience, I will be 40 in few weeks and I am 12 weeks pregnant, my husband is a litlle overweight and also w/ high blood pressure, we was triying for couple months living in different cities because work, then when we moved together and I relax, I was pregnant, I have some close friends over 40 and 42 got pregnant, we are in different times, AND you have 10 more eggs than other 39 y.o without kids.... good luck!!View Thread
Hi there, I will be 40 at the delivery and I am 10.5 weeks, I also will have the ultrascreen, external sonogram and skin tx. in 2 weeks, because I said that I didn t want the Amio or to have any invasive procedures. They told me that this new testing have a sucess rate around 99%. i dont know if all this is necesary... maybe because I am nervious about the results... View Thread
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