At 55, it’s not that simple why some people still have children and others don’t

2022-07-20 0 By

Some people may have noticed that after the implementation of the two-child and three-child policy, many people have caught up with the “free ride”. If you pay close attention, you will find that many of them are older mothers, and some of them are even over 55 years old.Some people may wonder why some people continue to reproduce after the age of 55 while others lose the ability to reproduce, but the reason behind this is not as simple as you might think.Case study:Aunt Zhao and Aunt Lin are good sisters. They are 55 years old this year. After the implementation of the three-child policy, Aunt Zhao had the idea of having three children, and her family also supported her.Even doctors say it’s not easy to conceive naturally at an advanced age.When Aunt Lin heard the news, she was very shocked. After all, she was 55 years old, but she had gone through menopause two years ago, let alone pregnant again.Seeing her best sister pregnant again, Lin still couldn’t understand why, at the same age of 55, she had lost her fertility, so she went to the hospital for a check-up.To Lin’s surprise, the doctor directly told her, “It is very normal for women to go through menopause after the age of 45. There is nothing abnormal about your state.”Lin did not want to be hasty, so she asked her doctor why some women lose their fertility early, and others may not lose it until they are 60.What is the reason behind this?The first thing we need to understand is that a woman’s ability to continue to have children after the age of 55 depends on whether she has gone through menopause.If a woman has reached menopause before the age of 55, there is no hope, because she will only continue to ovulate if she has not reached menopause, and if there are no eggs, it is impossible to continue to conceive.Therefore, menopause is the key to fertility after the age of 55.Of course, there are some women, even before the age of 55 are still not menopause, but still lose fertility, this is because their body state is in pre-menopause, and the eggs released at this time are poor quality, weak activity, the discharge of long may be inactivated, so it is difficult to conceive again.Secondly, it should also be noted that if a woman has serious problems with her reproductive system after the age of 55, such as blocked fallopian tubes, cervical inflammation, uterine fibroids, ectopic uterus and so on, it is difficult to get pregnant even if she ovulates normally.This is mainly because in the case of poor reproductive system, tadpoles will be “inactivated” soon after entering a woman’s body. Even if they successfully bind to receptors, it is difficult to enter the uterus for implantation, so it is difficult to achieve advanced pregnancy.In addition, there are some super old women over 55 years old, their ovaries and uterus are very well maintained, and the function is very healthy.Conversely, there are some women, even in their early 40s, whose ovaries age prematurely and are difficult to conceive.The health of the ovary is closely related to a woman’s pregnancy. If the ovarian condition is not good, it is difficult for young women to get pregnant again, let alone super-aged women.Finally, there is another reason to consider, and that is the quality of the male tadpoles.After all, pregnancy isn’t just a woman’s problem. If a man’s tadpoles are of poor quality, it’s hard for a woman to get pregnant again, no matter how good she is.Therefore, if a super-aged couple wants to have a baby early, both of them should take good care of their bodies for pregnancy, not just one of them.Even though there are many super old women who choose to have a second pregnancy, it is not recommended for super old women to have a second pregnancy from a medical point of view, because of the high risk in all aspects.For pregnant women themselves, super advanced pregnancy may cause a variety of pregnancy complications, including premature delivery, gestational hypertension, gestational diabetes, abnormal fetal development, etc., and the risk of dystocia in the process of delivery.For babies, there is a greater risk of problems with brain and body development during gestation, and babies born at an advanced age may also be in poorer health.Of course, the risk is definitely more than this small, so it is recommended here that super old couples, if not necessary, in fact, it is not recommended to choose to fight for life in the state of super old.In addition, many young parents have great difficulties in communicating with their children, let alone super-aged parents. I’m afraid the estrangement and generation gap between them and their children will be even greater.But if you really want to live at an advanced age, and you have the ability to take care of your children and the confidence to educate them well, then you can follow your own wishes.