Maternal Age and the Risk of Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes

Author(s): Vaclav Bunc*

The age at which women give birth is rising steadily in the western world. Advanced
motherly age has been associated with adverse gestation issues. We assessed the
association between advanced motherly age and the threat of adverse motherly and
perinatal outgrowth in prim gravid and multigravida women. The increased eventuality for
negative gestation issues in both axes of reproductive age is a well- batted argument. The
end of this study was to dissect the frequencies and the outgrowth of gravidity conceived
at extreme motherly periods.