i am a woman of age 43 who have done surgery for my back bone. is pregnency possible for me?

Deepthi - posted on 03/23/2014 ( 2 moms have responded )

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i am an arthritis patient and have gone through back bone surgery. now, 7 yrs have been completed after my surgery. before surgery, i was totally unable to walk, only after surgery i could walk. 3 months i used "walker' to walk. then after that, i was able to walk by my own. now i am taking some medicines prescribed by my doctor. i was having joint pains earlier, but now i don't have joint pains and i can comfortably walk. i have a daughter of 16 yrs. i need one more baby. can i be pregnant now? if i could, then will there be any side effects for baby by taking medicines? will i get any trouble during pregnancy? i get back pain if i work for many hours or sitting at one place for some time. then the pain goes away when i sit for some time. but i don't have any other problems. i like to have one more baby.. please i need your responds...

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Deepthi - posted on 03/23/2014

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yes, i will ask to my doctor. i asked this question because i wanted to know that there are any woman with this same situation., so that i would get some confidence.. thank you for your response for me...

~♥Little Miss - posted on 03/23/2014

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This is REALLY a question for your doctor. There are ALWAYS side effects with taking medications and being pregnant. I don't know if you can be pregnant now, how can ANYONE answer that for you?

Not only do you have issues with your back, but you are an older women, so your risks are higher all the way around. Seek medical professional opinions on this matter. We are not doctors, and cannot tell you what will be safe for you, your potential baby, or how your medication could potentially harm your unborn fetus.

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