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The Dangers of Pregnancy after 35

May 30, 2017
Katie Visco

As couples wait longer to have children, focusing on education and careers rather than family planning, it is not uncommon for women to delay pregnancy into their 30's. Despite the rising age of first-time moms, fertility experts still warn of the dangers of women giving birth after age 35. As women age, not only does the opportunity to get pregnant decrease, women are more likely to suffer a miscarriage or have other pregnancy complications. Learn more about the dangers of pregnancy after age 35 with the American Pregnancy Association and USA Today with this video.

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