Are Older Women Better Moms? Science Says Yes, Probably
7 days ago - By Scary Mommy
I have never been much of a trendy kind of gal, but when it comes to birthing my children, I've apparently joined a growing tribe of women who fit a specific demographic described as “advanced maternal age.” You know, us Ethels and Doloreses with our cranky old uteruses who waited until after 35 to join Club Motherhood.
Do I sound a bit jaded? Well, that shouldn't surprise anyone given all the scary information handed over to women choosing to have kids “later” in life. We get told that we are high risk, that we'll likely have fertility problems, that our risk of birthing children with...
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