Most children born with Down’s syndrome are born to teenage mothers. Women having children later in life almost never have a child with Down’s syndrome.
(just one more sarcastic log of reality to throw on the fire of this absolute nonsense.)
And women always gain a huge amount of weight with every pregnancy. They have to be big as houses, instead of 20 lbs. heavier. And they always have to carry it all out in front.
(another sarcastic log for the reality fire)
“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.
According to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the chances of having a baby with Down syndrome increase with the age of the mother, many health care providers recommend that women over age 35 have prenatal testing for the condition.