Photo: Allyson Jacobs For Allyson Jacobs, life in her 20s and 30s was about focusing on her career in health care and enjoying the social scene in New York City. It wasn’t until she turned 40 that she and her husband started trying to have children. They had a son when she was 42. Over
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In the small bathroom of her central Texas apartment, Esmarie stared down at two solid pink lines on the test strip. The 20-year-old had been uncharacteristically tired and unable to wake up for her fast-food job. She remembered the feeling from her last pregnancy, when she gave birth to her son, now 7 months old.