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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an ovulatory disorder often characterized by menstrual irregularity, many small ovarian cysts, hormone imbalance, excess body hair, weight problems and infertility.
More women consider having a baby after 35. Yet the downside of delaying pregnancy is decreasing ovarian reserve, which makes it harder to get pregnant and increases the risks, especially for miscarriage and chromosome abnormalities. Pregnancy after 40 increases the challenges.
The loss of a pregnancy or miscarriage can be a very difficult experience. You may be overwhelmed with feelings of sadness, fear, and guilt or self-blame.
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