More than 63,000 women aged over 35 gave birth in 1991 and figures for 1992 will show an increase. This book is based on women's own experiences of pregnancy, birth and child care. It explains how to deal with doctors and midwives and how to find out more about the unborn child. The book reveals the emotional highs and lows of having a baby at this age, and how to cope with changes on the child's arrival. It also looks at how fatherhood will affect the partner and also how to cope as a single mother.