“Most children born with Downs syndrome are born to teenage mothers. Women having children later in life almost never have a child with Downs syndrome.”
As a parent of a DS kid, we were told the exact opposite. Why do you think expecting mothers over 35 are screened for carrying DS kids? I don’t think you are correct.
Note the sarcasm disclaimer at the end of their post.
I think that was sarcasm...
I agree with you. It is the exact opposite. As a woman grows older her chance of having a downs syndrome child increases.
“(just one more sarcastic log of reality to throw on the fire of this absolute nonsense.)”
Sorry, if I were more computer literate I would have put the word “sarcastic” in bold and italics in my previous message. And exactly what you were told is exactly the point I was trying to make.