chicagolaw2013 wrote:jhare wrote:chicagolaw2013 wrote:Just an FYI...trying to find the actual study with data for you guys:
Proof to my point that age really has nothing to do with birth defects in most cases unless there are mitigating factors (i.e. other genetic factors). Screens are done as precautions for chromosomal abnormalities, which in many cases are unavoidable regardless of age, but as I said, there is a correlation with age, not a causation by age in most cases.
LoL at the fact that the website URL says "MOST birth defects don't..." . Fail.
LOL HARRRRRD at the fact that you seem not to have read that I said "many" or "most" 3 times in my last post, but you seem to have missed that. RC fail on your part there, buckaroo.
I'll give it to you, I missed the fact that you said most. But that means I'm right. The longer a woman waits to have kids, the more likely it is the baby will be born with birth defects, whatever those defects may be. So in the end, FAIL on your part.