Pregnancy is a special and risky situation for every woman.
Health problems, negligence, or some other reason can cause problems in pregnancy. Age also plays an important role in pregnancy.
According to Siddharth Kumar Yadav, a gynecologist and obstetrician at Birat Medical College Teaching Hospital, there is a risk of getting pregnant before the age of 20 and after the age of 35.
Early pregnancy is dangerous for both mother and baby. “The body of a mother who conceives at a very young age is not physically and mentally ready,” he said.
According to him, the uterus and fallopian tubes are not well developed in a teenage girl when she gets pregnant. As a result, many complications occur which can be dangerous for both the mother and the baby.
According to the gynecologist and obstetrician of the same hospital, Dr. Jeewan Dhamala, most of the women who get pregnant at a young age may experience pain before the month of delivery, pain for a long time during delivery, difficulty in delivery, and may have to give birth through cesarean section.
Pregnancy at an early age also increases the risk of miscarriage. In addition, problems such as anemia and low birth weight can occur.
Due to the changes that come with increasing age, it becomes difficult to get pregnant after 35 years and the risk of miscarriage is high as well.
Being pregnant at a younger or older age may cause problems during delivery, such as excessive bleeding. The right age of getting pregnant is after the age of 20 and before the age of 35.
With age blood pressure, diabetes, and other diseases are more likely to appear. These are also risk factors that may cause complications during pregnancy.
Therefore, it is advisable to consult a doctor before planning a baby or to find out what problems or complications may occur during pregnancy.