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Pregnancy Over 35: The Ultimate Guide for a Safe and Healthy Mid-Life Pregnancy Regardless of a woman's age, there are so many complications that can happen during the pregnancy period. The risk can become more serious as the woman ages due to the fact that the body gets weaker as one grows older. At the age of 35 years and older, the egg cell quality declines which makes it hard for a woman to conceive even if she still has a regular menstrual cycle. Proper knowledge about pregnancy can help you overcome the complications of conception and lead you to a successful delivery. This is more important if it's your first time to give birth. The following are the first few things that you need to keep in mind prior to your pregnancy: Plan Ahead - There's nothing wrong about unexpected pregnancy. But when you reach 35 years and above, planning about pregnancy is important to make sure that you know what you are about to experience. You need to understand that getting pregnant at your age can be very risky. You may even be required to sacrifice some aspects in your life such as work and other daily activities. Talk to Your Spouse - Nowadays, "lessons for daddy" are already available for fathers so that they will know their responsibilities during the pregnancy period. It is important that you allow your partner to know whatever it is that you feel or need. Choose Your Health Care Provider - Prenatal care is given by a doctor, midwife or other health care provider in order to make sure that you will have a healthy pregnancy. It is important to have a healthcare provider that you can completely trust. He or she should be always willing to help you out and enlighten you with the things that you are not familiar with. Most importantly, you should always feel comfortable with your healthcare provider and maintain a good relationship in order for you to overcome the stressful stages of pregnancy. And Much More Thank You"
Pregnancy provides a very public, visual confirmation of femininity. It is a time of rapid physical and psychological adjustment for women and is surrounded by stereotyping, taboos and social expectations. This book seeks to examine these popular attitudes towards pregnancy and to consider how they influence women's experiences of being pregnant.
Sanctioning Pregnancy offers a unique critique of sociocultural constructions of pregnancy and the ways in which it is represented in contemporary culture, and examines the common myths which exist about diet, exercise and work in pregnancy, alongside notions of risk and media portrayals of pregnant women. Topics covered include:
Different theoretical standpoints are critically examined, including a medico-scientific model, feminist perspectives and bio-psychosocial and psychodynamic approaches.
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