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Is it safe to be pregnant at 33 years ?

Hi I am 32 yrs old. I am pregnant now. Is it safe for me to deliver after 32 yrs ??? Baby is due in October after I have completed 33yrs. I had a boy by c-section at 29yrs. I had gestational diabetes in the initial stages of my last pregnancy . I am worried whether all these factors and my age being 33 will affect my baby. Should I continue with my pregnancy or not? How are the chances of having normal delivery and healthy baby there?
Asked On : Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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please get your check ups done regularly and also donot miss regular ultrasound scans at 12 and 20 weeks both to rule out anomalies.Since you had gestational diabetes earlier you should take utmost care of your sugar levels.have them checked at every visit to the doctor.Mode of delivery cannot be predicted early on.
And most important of all have a positive frame of mind .
All the best.
Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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