As Increasing Numbers Of U.S. Women Delay Giving birth, Multiple Births May Rise

 

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As More U.S. Women Delay Childbirth, Multiple Births May Rise. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 19, 2018 More American women than ever are having twins, triplets, quadruplets and even quintuplets, and it’s not just because some are using fertility treatments, new research shows.

Since the 1980s, the number of multiple births has jumped from roughly 20 sets per 1,000 live births to. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) More American women than ever are having twins, triplets, quadruplets and even quintuplets, and it’s not just because some are using fertility treatments, new research shows.

Since the 1980s, the number of multiple births has jumped from roughly 20 sets per 1,000 live births to almost 35 sets per 1,000 live births, the study found. The researchers calculated that by 2025, delayed childbirth alone will account for 46 percent of the excess multiple births among white women and 40 percent among black women. The findings were published in the October issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology. As More U.S. Women Delay Childbirth, Multiple Births May Rise.

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As More U.S. Women Delay Childbirth, Multiple Births May Rise More American women than ever are having twins, triplets, quadruplets and even quintuplets, and it’s not just because some are using fertility treatments, new research shows. The researchers calculated that by 2025, delayed childbirth alone will account for 46 percent of the excess multiple births among white women and 40 percent among black women. The findings were published in the October issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Multiple births may rise as more women delay having children Since the 1980s, the number of multiple births has jumped from roughly 20 sets per 1,000 live births to almost 35 sets per 1,000 live. First, as women delay childbearing into their 30s and beyond, their likelihood of having multiples – even in the absence of medical intervention – naturally rises.

Second, the increasing use of fertility treatments, such as hormone therapy or in vitro fertilization (IVF), further bolsters the likelihood of multiple births. M ore U.S. women are dying from pregnancy or childbirth complications today than in recent history, causing alarm stateside as maternal mortality drops worldwide.. The United Nations set a goal to. No. Caution, but not fear, is in order.

In fact, many more women are waiting to have children than ever before. First births to women in their 30s and 40s have quadrupled since l970, and last year Massachusetts became the first state in which more women over 30 than under 30 gave birth.

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Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

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  • where did she find money to fix her boobs, fix her eyes, nose’s job, lip and multiple Botox???? Leave it alone she is a very pretty lady without had to spend a dime to fix everything like she did.everything.

  • Thank you for this awesome video! Faith and trusting God will get you there indeed. You are blessed with 2 beautifull daughters. I am about to start IVF in a few weeks after 3 failed IUI’s. Excited and scared at the same time!

  • Having kids is a BLESSING!!! It doesn’t matter how many kids you have. What she went through especially having to go through such hurtful words and being hated its just sad. No one should not have to endure with that at all. She’s a GREAT MOM despite what other people say bad things about her. God bless you & all your children! ❤

  • I really love your positive outlook, especially when you spoke about getting outfits! That made me laugh, I’m 100% the kind of person to buy appointment shoes! My husband and I have just been diagnosed with infertility and they have suggested we may need IVF (need some further tests first). We are from England so luckily we get a round or 2 for free on the NHS so we don’t have to worry about cost! I have decided to watch as many positive stories as possible and stop trying to be negative! Thanks for the positive story:)

  • Natalie, I am one of the ones that criticized you. Shame on me. I had no idea and good for you for owning up to all of it. You have done an amazing job with those children! Good on you!

  • Rest in peace brother you have done well I myself grow up on your music rest in peace hail up bob brown and all the others I can imagine the great singing going on in heaven walk good my brother

  • As an 18 year old Christian woman in college who dreams of being a wife and homemaker soon, what do you suggest I do? Where do I go to find good, masculine men who want to settle down and have a family?

    Edit: I also want to mention that I am working on cultivating my femininity in all I do.

  • Congrats on your babies, I know you must be busy parents now, so happy for you!
    went through ivf and miscarried, I didn’t have anyone who went through it and very little human support. God was there. I did so well dealing with everything, but I want to do it again, I currently getting my body ready.
    Where did you get your Acupuncture/Ivf, what city? If you think you can help me a little email me please [email protected] gmail.com
    Thank you for your story

  • She was irresponsible as a young mother, but she has more than made up for it. It’s amazing all the hard work she has put in to raise these kids right, especially considering that society and the media was against her.

    Edit: (I made this statement solely off the information in this video; I haven’t done any other research into their actual lives)

  • I hope she becomes a YouTuber that would give her a lot of money and she could even provide more for the kids and herself with a bigger home, more beds and more food

  • Rip general i hoped so much that you would pull through, but GOD ALMIGHTY KNOWS BEST, I KNOW YOU ARE GONE TO REST IN HIS KINGDOM…