It's the luck of the draw. The percentage is higher the older you get because there are less people in that percentile! Think about it, It's very swayed. Just less people in that statistic so the percentages are not the same as the percentage of Women who are pregnant in their late 20's. If that makes sense. I saw a Geneticist because of my age. There is also a test called the CVS test to check for abnormalities at 10 weeks & you can find out the sex too. This way you do not have to wait until an amnio for results. I had my Daughter at 44. No issues.
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