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9 Things You Definitely Shouldn’t Say To Older Mums Trying To Conceive

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9 Things You Definitely Shouldn’t Say To Older Mums Trying To Conceive

3. About Her AMA

Just in case you didn’t know, that’s advanced maternal age and it’s something that pretty much all her doctors have been delivering to her on repeat. When it comes to pregnancy, any woman who is ‘over the hill’ of 34 is automatically considered as being of advanced maternal age. Never mind that the average age for mums in Australia is now 30, and creeping ever upwards, as far as doctors are concerned, a mum TTC at 35 is at an AMA.

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4. How Old She’ll Be For Milestones

Believe us when we tell you that, although you might think you’re doing someone a favour by gently reminding them of their age, they already know. A older woman trying to conceive will have already thought about how old she’ll be when her child goes to high school or university, and she will certainly have considered her age for other milestones like their marriage and their own family. Yes, she’ll be older than the average mum, but why do you see that it’s your job to remind her?

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