Diamond Platnumz’s mother shut down the internet in January when she revealed that her son’s father Mzee Abdul wasn’t the stars biological dad as we had all come to believe he was.
The news shocked even the people who don’t care about entertainment news as its impact reverberated because of the clout that Diamond has.
And it seems that the lady wants to cause more tsunami’s in the industry after a recent photo shoot of hers sparked fears that she might be with child at the ripe old age of 48.
Mama Diamond is back with another tale where she claims to be pregnant for her Ben 10, Uncle Shamte who married her 4 years ago.
And while the rumour has been doing the rounds online, her recent photo shoot with her “daughter” Esma clasping her stomach implies that Mama Dangote might be heavy with her 3rd child.
If you doubt this then check out the photos below;
Can a woman her age get pregnant? Yes, It is possible.
As women age, the risk of problems in pregnancy increases, including miscarriage, chromosomal abnormalities such as Down syndrome, and other complications such as gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, and bleeding.
A study in the February 2000 issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology showed that women over 40 are at higher risk of experiencing the sudden death of their fetuses than their younger counterparts.
There’s normally a steep decline in a woman’s ability to get pregnant naturally in her 40s. At age 40, your odds of conceiving after 3 months of trying are around 7 percent.
Over time, the quantity and quality of your eggs decline. Older eggs can have more chromosome problems, which increases the odds of having a baby with a birth defect.
Most women in their 40s can still have a healthy pregnancy and baby, but the risks increase significantly during this time. These risks include:
low birth weight
Medical conditions, like diabetes and high blood pressure, are more common in women after age 35. These can lead to pregnancy complications like gestational diabetes and preeclampsia.
After age 40, your doctor may do extra testing and monitoring to look for possible complications.
If you’re over 35 and you’ve been trying to get pregnant for more than 6 months, you might be dealing with fertility issues. Your doctor or a fertility specialist can help determine why you aren’t pregnant yet and recommend next steps for trying to conceive.
Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) can help you conceive, but they can’t entirely make up for age-related declines in your fertility.
Doctors treat fertility issues in women with drugs that stimulate egg production, and techniques like in vitro fertilization (IVF).
But the odds of achieving a successful pregnancy with these methods do get lower as you age.
Another option is to use a healthy donor egg. The egg is fertilized with your partner’s sperm and then transferred to your uterus.