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I had 3 more children beginning at age 35,my last one before i turned 40.2 of my younger ones have disorders that i am trying to find out if age played a factor or if like me,had a pregnancy that had a complication but all seemed well with baby but now you wonder if all is really okay.I am searching for moms who just know something seems different from your older children.Do you question your child's development but your family dr. keeps trying to assure you other wise? My 4 yo always seemed different then  my other children and what she has adds up to everything that occured during pregnancy and her infancy/toddler hood.Do you believe that studies should be done on older moms e preganancy and birth were fine but the children are discovered to have disorders later on ?I believe there should be studies on children when they turn 1,2 and preschool to compare them to other children and to see how common disorders occur in them.any one have a story to share on thier own experiences?

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