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Posted by: Lea | 2011/12/03

Pregnancy at 61 years

Is it possible to fall preggies at 61 years Have not had histerectomy but do not menstruate for past 10 years.
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One of the reasons one stops menstruating is because all your eggs are used up, hence no ability to fall pregnant. You are now called menopausal , even if you have a womb. I still recommend you use a condom for the purposes of preventing HIV/AIDS/STI's

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Posted by: Ageing and Sexuality expert | 2011/12/09

One of the reasons one stops menstruating is because all your eggs are used up, hence no ability to fall pregnant. You are now called menopausal , even if you have a womb. I still recommend you use a condom for the purposes of preventing HIV/AIDS/STI's

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