The author posted a question in Family
Do you think a 77 year old grandmother formerly an obstetrician/gynecologist is right. saying that a baby born to a 28 year old woman+++? and got a better answer
Response from Антон Владимирович[+++++]
Absolutely wrong! Here I am a really late child, my mother gave birth to me at age 36 And my mother gave birth to me under the USSR, she is now 80 years old?
Absolutely not! I really am a late child, my mother gave birth to me when I was 36. And my mother gave birth to me under the Soviet Union, she is 80 years old now.
She is right in that she is entitled to her own opinion. But no more than that.
Yeah, and getting married as a non-virgin is just awful and a huge sin Times changed a long time ago, and listening to grandmothers is a straight path to the Middle Ages!
Children born at a mature age are more saturated with energy.But not always, 28 is still the norm.
Yes, but modern medicine manages it. And at 50, the first one is born. A healthy one.
Weird. You have to live for yourself - study, find a job, build a career, not just have a baby and sit on the 3,000k allowance.
Yes. Especially with today's life, diet and ecology. At 28, you don't have the same nerves as when you were young.
My mom, an obstetrician-gynecologist with 43 years of experience, would never say that shit. She's not even 77 yet, but I don't think it's about age.
not right. i know and SIGNIFICANTLY later children and why would she say such a thing? hopefully NOT to her sister-in-law.
It's senile marasmus I remember a grandmother in the hospital arguing with the lab technician that feces should be properly called potassium because she herself had 40 years of medical experience.
is right, in realities of her time a 28 year old woman giving birth for the first time was considered old-born in terms of biology, then a girl is fully ready for childbearing by 17 years plus minus 2 years, so 10 years of childbearing age is wasted. there would be no life expectancy today and we would already be extinct as a species, giving birth so late
Sure. After 25, it's old age.
When she was a student/worker, that's how it counted by medical standards-not just lip service. She's partly right. But now things have shifted in age and time, and she's 77-doesn't catch up.
They used to walk in sandals and thought they were the best shoes, but for this century the sandals aren't right.
Auntie is out of touch with life.
Wrong. In her day, 28 years old was considered old-born.
she's late herself. It's time to rest.
Is anybody asking grandma? Nobody cares what she thinks!
Oh, those granny midwives. They took us all into the world and aborted at least half of our peers. Our ranks were thinned as early as conception. So authority in these matters is questionable.