By fuck you, gran - / Saturday 9 March 2013 00:38 / United States - Ashland
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  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

29 - You are partially correct in that yes, it is possible for a woman to become pregnant in the early and peri menopausal period. It is just exceedingly rare and the risks of having some very serious complications are substantially higher than those of a younger woman. So it is not generally recommended to become pregnant at that age and stage of early menopause. However, I believe that one of the only ways, if not the only way, a woman is able to bear a child after their menopause has completely finished is to have a donor's egg fertilized, typically by the woman's partner's sperm, and implanted into the uterus. But again, the risk of having something go terribly wrong during the pregnancy, labour, and delivery at that stage of life are so great that it may cause serious birth defects and sometimes the death of the mother, the child, or even both the mother and the child. Also, sometimes women think that they are completely finished with the menopausal stage, which can take up to ten years, but aren't really finished yet. Menopause causes the hormones estrogen and progesterone to fluctuate. Sometimes it goes way up. And sometimes it goes way down, which can give the woman the impression that her menopause is complete. It is when the hormones fluctuate way up during the peri menopausal stage that becoming pregnant is more possible to occur. Oh my, the human body really is a complex work of art, isn't it? Learning how the body functions and how each system works together is so intriguing to me!

  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

^ Dear god that would be so confusing. And not only for other people, but also for that poor child! Imagine going through life not really knowing where you fit into your family. I so hope that there aren't any families like that. But unfortunately there probably are a few…

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