I'd like to have more kids and it's harder for diabetics to get pregnant, plus pregnancy can exacerbate the health problems diabetics face. Don't forget I am not going to have a partner your age, most likely she'd be in her late 30s.
That makes sense. I think in men, diabetes is thought to potentially reduce sperm quality but not to cause infertility as a result, and since my partner is in his early 20s, it would be a very different situation for us than for you and a female partner of an advanced age where it's already beginning to become more difficult to concieve.
Yes, having children is part of my plans.
Obviously, the woman you marry is the source of 50% of the DNA that your children will have. It is wise to consider the quality of that DNA.
I don't do casual sex anyway and I like having a family and building something special. As I learned this year in Texas, you have to have the right person for that.
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I'd like to have some more kids
But diabetics can still have kids. And it doesn't necessarly decrease the quality of Life. Plus it's not always hereditable. My father has diabetes but neither me nor my sibligs have it.
It makes a pregnancy considerably more difficult, and these would be women in their 30s.
Obviously she told me. It's not something I'd ask.
I didn't mean to be insensitive. My son is diabetic and he tries to hide the fact. Diabetes, in some cases, can be reversed or at least diminished a great deal. I think I would find out what type she has, how far along it has progressed, and what kind of other health problems the disease is causing. But ultimately, it is your decision. If you are compatible and you enjoy each other's company, then it makes your life more enjoyable.
She's Type II and thinks undergoing a pregnancy could be life threatening.
In this case they're Type 2. I should have mentioned that- thanks for bringing it up.