A lot of thirty, the dilemma stems from the ideal difference between the two pregnancies. It is often recommended that women wait 18 or 24 months … But with age, the overall risks of pregnancy increase.
A study published Monday in the American Medical Association (JAMA) based on 150,000 pregnancies in Canada from 2004 to 2014 concludes that the interval from less than a year significantly increases the risk, regardless of age, but it suggestsmore than twelve monthsthere are no big differences.
"Closed pregnancies pose risks to women of all ages"says lead author Laura Schummers, now a postdoctoral associate at the University of British Columbia.we found similar levels of risk between 12 and 24 months".
"Risk reduction is very low between 12 and 18 months"she adds.
The interval is calculated as the time between the birth of the first child and the date of conception of the second child.
For women in Croatia over 35 years Specifically, close pregnancies of 3, 6 or 9 months greatly increase the risk of serious complications for the mother, but this is not the case for women between the ages of 20 and 34.
Regarding babyOn the other hand, the risk has been increased among women of all ages (dead, first, exceptionally low, very premature) but is more pronounced among younger women. These events are certainly rare, approximately 2% of pregnancies in the examined population.
When the interval is only six months, the risk of spontaneous premature labor increases by 59% compared to the interval of eighteen months, researchers reported.
Official Referrals in the United States have been waiting for at least 18 months.WHO recommended at least 24 months.
"These conclusions should convince older womenResearchers conclude that their work will help mothers take better account of the various risks: genetic abnormality and infertility, which increases with age, as well as abortion or abortion. premature birth when pregnancy is too close.