In adolescence (under the age of 20 years)
On Pregnancy young people (including adolescents under the age of 20 years) have a higher risk to health. Medically under 20 years of age, reproductive organs are not ready and are at high risk of experiencing poor health conditions during pregnancy. In addition, the condition of the egg cell is not yet perfect, it is feared that it will interfere with fetal development. Some of the health conditions that may occur are high blood pressure in pregnant women, premature birth that is, births below 37 weeks of gestation. Some of the conditions of concern are low birth weight babies and postpartum depression, which is a feeling of anxiety after giving birth. The most worrying thing is the high maternal mortality due to bleeding and infection. Even though the health condition of each individual is different, a medical expert’s examination must be done with extra care considering the very vulnerable conditions in adolescent pregnancy.
At the age of 21-35 years
At the age of 21-35 years the risk of health problems in pregnant women is the lowest, which is around 15%. In addition, when viewed from the development of maturity, women in this age group have maturity of reproduction, emotional and social aspects. Even though at this time some women at the age of 21 are delaying marriage because they have not put their first priority in this new life. In general, this age is the ideal age for you to get pregnant and give birth to reduce the risk of health problems for both the mother and the fetus. In addition, an expert said that women at the age of 24 experience peak fertility and at a later age experience a decrease in fertility but can still get pregnant.
At the age above 35 years
Although the ideal age for pregnant women is 21-35 years, for those of you who have just had a baby at the age of 35, you don’t need to worry. Some medical assistance such as pregnancy check-ups and genetic counseling will help those of you who may be experiencing a pregnancy over the age of 35. The problems that arise at the age of 35 years and over are gestational diabetes, which is diabetes that occurs when you are pregnant, experiencing high blood pressure and bladder disorders. Although bladder disorders may occur in pregnant women, this age group is at higher risk. In addition, health conditions in the late 30s tend to have certain medical conditions such as uterine fibroids, which are growths of muscle or other tissue in the uterus that trigger tumors and cause pain or pain.
bleeding in your woman is growing.
Thus you can determine your pregnancy plan and avoid pregnancy risks for both the fetus and your health. Following the doctor’s advice will help you get the best treatment.