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    Platinum Member Wiseman2's Avatar
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    Talk to your doctor about the antipsychotic medication and if having a pregnancy is advisable.

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    The OP has not returned.

    OP you say:

    And I am hesitant to having ivf even without him because I may not handle the emotional consequences.

    It doesn't matter who the man (or indeed his age) is if you are not certain anyhow that you can handle a pregnancy and motherhood.

    As Smackie pointed out above, you struggle with life as it is.

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    It would be incredibly selfish to have a child at both of your ages. The child would never know his father and if he did, your partner would be too old to be any kind of father to a small child.
    He would not have the stamina or endurance a baby would need.
    His father would also be long dead before he even reached the age of 20 and he were not dead, he'd soon be there. Losing a parent or parents that young, is cruel.

    Your partner has already passed the point of being anyone's father.

    A baby needs a mother AND a father who will be there right up till he is a grown man. Anything else will ensure a very sad and empty life for that person and doing that to a potential child is just plain wrong.

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