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Asked by Babyrol18

Q: 41 yrs old and 1st pregnancy

I am 41 years old and 14 or 15 dpo. I had a positive pregnancy test this morning. I honestly have no idea what to do or what to expect. Where is the calculator that informs me of how far along I am? I am trying not to get excited due to my age and how early it is. I'd appreciate to hear from anyone that has been in my position.

This question was asked Aug. 4, 2017 6:53pm
Category: Newly Pregnant

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Answered by kellyKS201 - Aug. 19, 2017 9:38am
Congratulation for your pregnancy, this is unforgettable moment in your life. Every woman wants to conceive effectively so you are one of the lucky women who get target. You should celebrate this moment with uniqueness. You should start balanced diet that is beneficial for you and your baby in many ways. You should maintain proper sitting and sleeping way to avoid miscarriage problem. This is very crucial stage of your life. You should not take it lightly. You should consume rich Iron and Folic acid tablets to maintain high hemoglobin level that is beneficial for easy pregnancy. You should take easy exercise and yoga meditation to reduce stress and depression to handle this difficult situation in professional way.
You should express God’s gratitude to provide this golden opportunity in your life to become complete mother in your life. I hope you to get healthy baby gift that fulfill your dream and reality with endless joy will brightness in your life like me.

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Answered by andycooper5 - Aug. 18, 2017 9:19am
Hi dear,
I think it is great that you are pregnant at 41. You don't have to be worried, it is not always unsafe at 41. If you want to keep the baby, you can definitely go on and do several things for taking extra care of yourself. Donot stress out is the first option. And if you want to calculate the dat, you can have an HCG test done, the HCG levels are usually the highest during the 2nd and 3rd month.

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Answered by Tara3711 - Aug. 9, 2017 6:02pm
I am 41 years old too and pregnant, however I am now 29 weeks along. Have you set up your first visit with your Dr? My Dr had me come in 3 times to get beta tests to make sure I was progressing as I should be.

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Answered by across - Aug. 5, 2017 9:56pm
Congratulations! Under tools & tickers you can enter your dates.

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