What should I do in order to make sure that I do not complicate the pregnancy at my age?
I'd really like to start a family with him.tl;dr - looking to start a family with my nephew.
I'd flirt back and tease him just for fun but this turned serious quickly when he started getting bold and got all touchy-feely with me.
Its one of my biggest sacrifices and now I feel like I have a chance.
Regarding financial security, both of us are working.
I work at a senior position in a MNC and have saved up quite a decent amount of money and he is well to do as he's working at a well paying job at such a young age and his inheritance.
At 45, your chances of conceiving and carrying to full term a healthy baby without genetic issues are minimal; they're practically zero if you've not had any children at all to this point.
Okay, the age disparity is obviously the elephant in the room in many respects, plus also when your child is 18 you will be 63.
If, however, you've carefully considered these aspects then good luck to you.Honestly I would keep your relationship going if it's going well, but if you want a child, I would use a donor.That way if the relationship goes sour, he isn't fucked for life and if things do go well, he can still be a father either emotionally or eventually become an adoptive parent.Women do conceive in the 40s, so that's not impossible either.You also need to ensure you and your child will be financially secure either with your money or the income from his job.need advice on handling relationship and pregnancy at this age.