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Posted by: Me | 2009/12/01

Please advise

I'  m 36 my fiance is 39. We both have a child each from previous relationsips. He would like us to have one more together. I don'  t have much of a problem, I'  m just concerned that at 36years pregnancy could come with more risks.

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Dear Me

At the age of 36 year your risks is only marginal increased and you still can quiet safely maintain a pregnancy. However it is recommended that you undergo a pre-conceptual evaluation with your gynaecologists as a routine and should you fall pregnant your pregnancy monitoring should start at an early stage.

Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim

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Posted by: Fertility expert | 2009/12/08

Dear Me

At the age of 36 year your risks is only marginal increased and you still can quiet safely maintain a pregnancy. However it is recommended that you undergo a pre-conceptual evaluation with your gynaecologists as a routine and should you fall pregnant your pregnancy monitoring should start at an early stage.

Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim

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