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If your mother is over the age of 40 and she found out that she was pregnant, due to complicationsthat might happen during the pregnancy cause of her age would you tell her to keep it and everything should hopefully be ok or to have an abortion because of the heath risks?

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its up to her if she wants to keep her childMy aunt had her first at 15 and last at 38Health risks are man made

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My mum had a baby at 38
its her choice at the end of the dayshes a big womanA surprising number of older women have a number of miscarriages

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I think she should be alright.My mum had my brother just over 40 years old and she was fine as is my brother.

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She has every right to keep the kid but at my age I would want to know who impregnated her and where the f*ck he is and how their relationship is, thats if my dad died or divorced.

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ur mums loooooooooooooooooose
If your under the age of 14 then this comment is understandable due to your agebut if not... then you need to grow the f*ck up seriously...

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and its my dads baby and their relationship is alright,i dont want her to get rid of the baby but im worried that something might happen to her... but i guess we will just have to wait and see what the doctors have to saythanks 4 the replies...

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ur mums loooooooooooooooooose
If your under the age of 14 then this comment is understandable due to your agebut if not... then you need to grow the f*ck up seriously...
ur mum needs to grow updont she no about contraception??u wud think her bein over 40 and that she would have some knowledge on it

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Are people actually laughing at that loose joke? Seriously? Some painfully simple people on this forum.
it just caught me off guard tbh didnt expect that to be the first reply and just burst out laughing

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Just reminded me that my mum was pregnant early 40s, i was about 10.She ended up having a miscarraige.I just remember hearing her in pain every night for about 2 weeks and i was really scared coz i didn't know what was going on.Think i asked her a couple days after what happened, she explained it to me simply in about 2 sentances.It has never been spoken about since.

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im an only child allow someone stealing my spotlight this late on
its true tbh
Bang bang only child gangAnd complications can happen at any age/whenever

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mum had a miscarriage at 40 and ended up having a next yute prematurey at 41she should be alright trust...

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Depends tbh. I have a relative who has tried since mid 30s to 40s an miscarried everytime. Then I have another who got pregnant arond 38-40yrs an she was fine.

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ur mums loooooooooooooooooose
If your under the age of 14 then this comment is understandable due to your agebut if not... then you need to grow the f*ck up seriously...
ur mum needs to grow updont she no about contraception??u wud think her bein over 40 and that she would have some knowledge on it
*clap clap* another dumbass comment made by BOXA.. congratulations... i aint gonna justify why mum got pregnant cos it aint got nothing to do with you.. but dont come into a topic and make a stupid comment when this sh*t is relevant to you.. prick!!

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What I'm gathering from E15 is that some couples can't still be together in their 40s and actually want a child? You can't be serious fam.Not everyone pops out all their offspring before they hit 30, and not everyone is destined to end up in a divorce.

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Guest Lisa Turtle

My mum had my sister in her 40s. I remember them telling her the risk of complication etc. She didnt listen.My sister is the best child she's had imo, and theres four of us, lol.

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