I've been thinking about this, and I feel like I need to almost get mentally prepared. I do NFP here, and though all the kiddos have been planned here I am now over 35 and wonder what would change in the kind of care I receive.
I went through a local birth center, but took their homebirth option and had all four babies at home (well, in fact my last baby was an accidental UC that DH caught while we were on the phone with the midwife!). I have had the quad screens (and the similar ones) done in the past. I thought mainly that the issue after 35 would be an increased risk of genetic abnormalities. I'm also aware that fertility overall goes down dramatically at this point. Though I am not even sure if we would even attempt to try for another, though it is possible that it could still happen.
I'm fairly certain that DH might want some genetic testing done if I was in that situation, though I know there are less invasive tests they can do nowadays (that I'm not aware of). Any information or website links you could share would be greatly appreciated.