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    genetic testing and ultrasounds
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    lbc9112 posted:
    to all 35+ moms,
    I was 38 when I received the fabulous news I was expecting, and 39 upon delivery. my blood work came back elevated and i was sent to genetic counseling. after numerous ultrasounds, and measurements, and more ultrasounds we got the news we were having a girl! a healthy girl.
    she is now 1 month old and perfect! i worried about my age so much, i didnt enjoy my pregnancy. dont forget to take care of yourself! the post pregnancy part has been hard on my "old bones", but she is a happy healthy baby!
    congrats to all!!
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    An_246752 responded:
    Thanks for sharing. This was very encouraging.


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