I am 39 years old. If I get pregnant, will I face any complications?

In general, if you are less than 35 years old and have been trying for more than one year you should schedule an appointment with a fertility specialist. If you are greater than 35 years old specialists would like to see you after at least six months of properly timed, sexual intercourse. However, if you have a reason to suspect you may have a problem getting pregnant such as a history of pelvic inflammatory disease, painful periods, miscarriage, irregular menstrual cycles, or if your partner has a low sperm count, you should seek help sooner. Many couples have a hard time admitting that there may be an infertility problem but are reassured there are many things specialists can do to help you build your family. If you are a healthy woman and having unprotected sex on a regular basis, your chance of becoming pregnant on any given month is 20 to 25 percent if you are in your twenties, 15 percent if you are in your early thirties, and less than 10 percent if you are 35 years or older. In case of any infertility or complicated pregnancy, manage everything from Healtheoz HMom application. Download it from the application store now.                                                                                                      

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