A member asked:

Are there more health risks if a woman never had a child, or more risks if she had one or more children?

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Dr. Seth Schwartz answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

In general, health risks are more related to age and patients general health rather the the number of children she has had until she exceeds 5 deliveries. Certain problems such as pre-eclamsia are more common in women having their first child especially at the upper and lower limits of age.

Answered Aug 12, 2015



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