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4 Surprising Reasons Having a Baby After 35 is Smart, According to Science

There are some serious pros.

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Despite what you may have heard, there are some upsides to delaying your first pregnancy.

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There’s no right time to have a baby.

Sure, doctors continue to suggest that women have their first baby before age 35. But what makes sense biologically isn’t always ideal from a social, emotional, financial or career standpoint.

At least that’s the case for the majority of today’s new moms. Last year, for the first than in their late 20s.

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