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Abbeyrhode Abbeyrhode 46-50, F 11 Answers Jul 8, 2011

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perimenopause? menapause? that is two differnt stAges in the life of a woman...............................



perimenopause, the stage of a woman's life leading up to menopause.

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Yes, indeed. My youngest sister (35, born when Mom was 43) is a testament to that...

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Yes they most certainly can. My maternal grandmother was living proof of that. She had two children while going through menopause. She had thought she was finished with having babies and her oldest was 16 years old and then surprise, surprise!!!!!! two more babies within four years.

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Yes. You have so many eggs. You're born with all you'll ever have. You can get pregnant as long as there are ovum in your uterus and it takes a header from a *****. Even women in their 40s and 50s have had children. The term for that is called "change of life" babies. During the last years of a woman's production of eggs, she may miss a period or not be regular and go for even 6 months or a year with no period and she and her husband think it's all over and they stop using birth control and whamo, she gets pregnant.

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Yes!

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Sometimes sprem wil actually survive in the V and uterus for a couple weeks? couple day? but it will find it's way when you think your safe.

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Prolly with hormone treatment.

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YES!

I have read that this can still happen!

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Yes. As long as you're having a period. It's less likely, but possible.

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