The doctor explained that if you give birth later, a woman may develop chronic diseases that will adversely affect conception, the very course of pregnancy and childbirth. At the same time, the doctor recalled that the term “old-timer” is not currently available and that some women postpone pregnancy to a later date – but it’s better not to do this.
Women who postpone the onset of pregnancy to an older reproductive age should understand that a certain bouquet of concomitant diseases develops by this age. We are talking about ladies who decide to give birth for the first time, or plan a second pregnancy at the age of 30 years, and over 35 years old, and even at 40 years old and older.
Previously, the gynecologist called the ideal interval between childbirth. This time is from 2 to 5 years, during this period the mother’s body has time to recover, the likelihood of uterine rupture and placenta ingrowth during the next pregnancy decreases. But it is also quite normal to bear the next child immediately after the birth of the previous one, that is, to give birth to the weather.