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Posted by: Lea | 2011/12/09

pregnancy at 61

Is it possible to fall pregnant at 61. Do I need to take
precautions

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If you have stopped mentruating and are menopausal which usually happens at around 50 years of age, then there is no need to worry about falling pregnant. You do still need to protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases, such as HIV, so always a good idea to use a condom.

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Posted by: sexologist | 2011/12/09

If you have stopped mentruating and are menopausal which usually happens at around 50 years of age, then there is no need to worry about falling pregnant. You do still need to protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases, such as HIV, so always a good idea to use a condom.

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