Amazon.com lists over 8,000 items under the search term "fertility"
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When the symptoms first hit Morgan Zantua more than a year ago, she assumed they signaled menopause.

Or just plain exhaustion.

At 51 years old, she was busy carving out a new career, trying to finish graduate school and juggling several part-time jobs.

When she and her husband George, then 57 years old, had time to catch their breath, they sometimes allowed themselves to dream of selling their remodeled Fern Hill home and traveling around the world.

Instead of the expected transition into the end of her reproductive years, Zantua was headed for the biggest surprise of her life.

Medical tests confirmed she was pregnant.

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Dr. Hamisu M. Salihu and colleagues from the University of Alabama at Birmingham write:

There is a lack of reliable information on pregnant women in their fifties, Salihu told Reuters Health.

He and his colleagues reviewed all 12,066,854 deliveries in the U.S. between 1997 and 1999, categorizing mothers as young (age 20-29), mature (age 30-39), very mature (age 40 to 49), and older (age 50 or more).

There were 539 deliveries in the older group.

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Last week a woman, age 54 years old, gave birth to triplets.

No fertility drugs. No in-vitro fertilization.

It shook up the world since this woman already had eight children (the youngest 16) and 15 grandchildren.

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On the other hand, my mum had seven children after age 35, and her last at 48 years old (all the while trying not to have more children) so you never know.


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Stay Fertile Longer: Everything You Need to Know to Get Pregnant Now--Or Whenever You're Ready, by Mary Kittel and Deborah Metzger. Publisher: Rodale Books (August 26, 2004)Stay Fertile Longer: Everything You Need to Know to Get Pregnant Now--Or Whenever You're Ready
by Mary Kittel and Deborah Metzger

-- Many women today dream of having it all -- a challenging career, a satisfying personal life, a loving mate, and a baby whenever they are ready.

But there's no denying the fact that their biological clocks are ticking away.

The odds of conceiving drop by 15 to 20 percent for a woman in her early 30's and plummet to less than 50 percent when she's in her 40s.

The good news is there are a host of natural strategies every would-be mom can use today to preserve and optimize her fertility so she can conceive quickly and easily when she's ready.

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My husband has a friend whose aunt gave birth to a healthy baby girl at 51 years old.

This was many years ago, so it was definitely using her OWN eggs.

Donor eggs were not available that long ago...

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Oh, I meant to say... my cousin had twins last year...

It was not planned... it just happened.

She was 48 years old at the time she got pregnant.

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Also, my sister works with a woman who decided at 45 years old she wanted to have a baby.

She went off her BCPs [birth control pills] and got pregnant the following month.

She delivered a healthy baby girl.

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I was so down this morning, and so I went for a walk along the beach and had a coffee with my friend.

I just unloaded my doubts about turning 45 years old, and TTCing [trying to conceive].

A lady asked if she could park her baby next to us, as we were at a table near the door.

When she came back, she sat at the table next to us.

It was obvious she was an older mum.

I told her I was after what she had!

She told us she was 45 years old - yep she was my age!

I believe it was God's appointment we should meet - he was saying What problem?

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Just wanted to let you know I was 45 going on 46 years old when I got pregnant.

What I did was go on Fertilty Blend and I was pregnant in two weeks.

I just had another baby boy on January 25, 2005.


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Surprise Motherhood: A Guide to Unexpected Adult Pregnancy, by Ophelia Austin-Small. Publisher: Calla Lilly Press / Lulu.com; 2 edition (December 27, 2007)Surprise Motherhood: A Guide to Unexpected Adult Pregnancy
by Ophelia Austin-Small

-- Pregnancy books on the market have one of two audiences - the teen with an unplanned pregnancy or the adult with a planned and chosen one.

Nowhere is there a book for the almost 3 million adult women facing surprise pregnancy every year.

Surprise Motherhood is aimed directly at that gap, telling the stories of Ophelia and other women who have faced unplanned pregnancy as adult, professional women.

With extensive information about options, paternity, career issues, postpartum depression, finances, and more, Surprise Motherhood is the only reference of its kind, and is sure to be an invaluable reader resource.

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My doctor told me she doubted I could get pregnant.

She said women past the age of 42 or 43 years old just did not get pregnant without medical intervention or donor eggs.

I conceived easily just before my 45th birthday and so far I am having a normal, uneventful pregnancy.

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The oldest patient we have had at Penn Fertility Care - got pregnant with her own eggs and she was 46 years old at the time of delivery of her child.

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I'm 46 years old.

I conceived in October 2005, but sadly I miscarried my baby on December 19, 2005, at nine weeks pregnant.

I still feel as though I can conceive and carry a baby to full term.

Only God knows, and I pray one day, it is going to happen.

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I am 46 years young, and presently 33 weeks pregnant with my sweet little girl.

Although this is my second child, my son will be almost 18 by the time his sister arrives !!!

I did have IVF [In vitro fertilisation], but we conceived on our first try ( winning the baby lottery one doctor told me!!!)

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My own mother was 48 years old when she delivered me.


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Take Charge of Your Fertility (Teach Yourself), by Heather Welford. Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton; 1 edition (September 1, 2011)Take Charge of Your Fertility (Teach Yourself)
by Heather Welford

-- Explains everything the prospective parent may need to know as they face the physical, emotional and practical challenges of trying for a baby.

It covers health issues in full, from basic biology and an explanation of fertility and cycles to outlining what supplements are useful and what isn't, and how you can maximize your chances by following a healthy diet and cutting alcohol or nicotine intake.

There are plenty of resources and guidelines for parents facing difficulties, including a guide to the medical options, and advice on how to seek further help.

It will help couples to deal with the emotional issues faced when trying for a baby, and will also give practical information on who you should tell and who you must tell, and when.

With coverage of all aspects of very early pregnancy, from do-it-yourself tests to the very first scan, it will be a useful resource which will help all prospective parents, whether looking to start or to expand their family.

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Author Helen Fielding Has a Baby Girl
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July 18, 2006 -- Bridget Jones's Diary author Helen Fielding has had a baby girl, PEOPLE has learned.

The baby was born on Sunday and weighed in at 6 pounds, 3 ounces.

 She's gorgeous but yet-to-be-named, Fielding's rep, Catherine Olim, said in a statement.

Mother and daughter are both doing fine and everyone is delighted.

This is the second child for the 48-year-old British writer and her longtime partner, Kevin Curran, 49, an executive producer and writer on The Simpsons.

The Los Angeles-based couple already has a 2-year-old son, Dashiell.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on People.com
Read more: Author Helen Fielding Has a Baby Girl
Originally posted on July 18, 2006


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Surprise Motherhood: A Guide to Unexpected Adult Pregnancy, by Ophelia Austin-Small. Publisher: Calla Lilly Press / Lulu.com; 2 edition (December 27, 2007)Surprise Motherhood: A Guide to Unexpected Adult Pregnancy
by Ophelia Austin-Small

-- Pregnancy books on the market have one of two audiences - the teen with an unplanned pregnancy or the adult with a planned and chosen one.

Nowhere is there a book for the almost 3 million adult women facing surprise pregnancy every year.

Surprise Motherhood is aimed directly at that gap, telling the stories of Ophelia and other women who have faced unplanned pregnancy as adult, professional women.

With extensive information about options, paternity, career issues, postpartum depression, finances, and more, Surprise Motherhood is the only reference of its kind, and is sure to be an invaluable reader resource.

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Image: Pregnancy Couple, by Beccalee on PixabaySome people simply refuse to believe women over 40 years old can get pregnant.

I have a girlfriend who thinks that way.

She always assumes any woman over 40 years old could only have gotten pregnant using a Donor Egg.

My grandmother had three children - all born in her 40s.

And, there was no such thing back then as donor eggs.

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Not Impossible!!

My ex-husband's mother conceived him when she was 45 years old (naturally, of course, since that was 48 years ago).

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I had my baby when I was 45 years old, using my own eggs.

I went to the Centre for Human Reproduction, Dr. Karande.

They followed my cycle with ultrasound and blood-work - had only one folly [follicle].

We did back-to-back IUIs [Intrauterine insemination], and an HCG trigger shot [injection of the synthetic form of this hormone will prompt ovulation].

I will never forget the call from the nurse: You have a positive beta test!

Our RE [reproductive endocrinologist] was in disbelief, but so thrilled for us!!!

It does happen, don't give up!!!

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I was just out tonight with a friend, who told me she was born when her mother was 45 years old.

My friend is a very bright woman, so she was definitely from a good egg

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My RE [reproductive endocrinologist] has a patient who used DHEA [Dehydroepiandrosterone] at 44 years old - when nothing else worked.

She waited four months after starting, did one more IUI [Intrauterine insemination], and got pregnant after four years of trying.


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: What I Thought I Knew: A Memoir, by Alice Eve Cohen. Publisher: Viking Adult (July 9, 2009)What I Thought I Knew: A Memoir
by Alice Eve Cohen
--A personal and medical odyssey beyond anything most women would believe possible

At age forty-four, Alice Eve Cohen was happy for the first time in years.

After a difficult divorce, she was engaged to an inspiring man, joyfully raising her adopted daughter, and her career was blossoming.

Alice tells her fiancé that she's never been happier. And then the stomach pains begin.

In her unflinchingly honest and ruefully witty voice, Alice nimbly carries us through her metamorphosis from a woman who has come to terms with infertility to one who struggles to love a heartbeat found in her womb - six months into a high-risk pregnancy.

What I Thought I Knew is a page-turner filled with vivid characters, humor, and many surprises and twists of fate.

With the suspense of a thriller and the intimacy of a diary, Cohen describes her unexpected journey through doubt, a broken medical system, and the hotly contested terrain of motherhood and family in today's society.

Timely and compelling, What I Thought I Knew will capture readers of memoirs such as Eat, Pray, Love; The Glass Castle; and A Three Dog Life.

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I recently went in to see my regular doctor for something else.

She told me she had just seen this woman, now 48 years old.

The woman was breastfeeding her infant, and both mom and baby were healthy as could be!!

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About a year ago, I was at a party talking about this stuff with a retired midwife.

She told me her grandfather was born when his mother was 48 years old.

Also, I have done some research recently on a family living in the 1800s.

The mother had six children — five children when she was between the ages of 24 and 36 years old.

Then one last baby was born at 48 years old.

The father was 56 years old.

That baby went on to have six kids of his own.

No donor eggs then!!!! LOL

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I believe if you are healthy, a woman can conceive via IVF [in vitro fertilization] or naturally.

I also think if you want a baby later in life - GO for IT!

I conceived via IVF at 44 and 46 years old.

My FSH [follicle stimulating hormone] was under 8, and I had a good response to the fertility medication.

Acupuncture might have helped as well.

Anything is possible with perseverance, a little luck, good medical care, and God in your corner.

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By the way, my new OB [obstetrician] says she has many patients in their 40s, and even over 45 years old, who got pregnant naturally.

She is more than willing to continue to work with me after my miscarriage.

It is wonderful to find a doctor who is not pessimistic.

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My aunt was 46 years old when she conceived and gave birth to her youngest daughter.

My aunt wasn't even trying to get pregnant, but it happened - the point is - no meds nor TCM [Traditional Chinese Medicine] were involved.

She did have some hypertension during her pregnancy but otherwise, it was an uneventful pregnancy.

Her daughter was born healthy as an ox, and at 3 years old, she's keeping her mom and dad hopping!


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Eat, Love, Get Pregnant: A Couple's Guide To Boosting Fertility and Having A Healthy Baby, by Karen Daniels. Publication Date: July 29, 2011Eat, Love, Get Pregnant: A Couple's Guide To Boosting Fertility and Having A Healthy Baby
by Karen Daniels

-- A breakthrough revolutionary plan for getting pregnant fast, solving common fertility problems and having a healthy baby – this is NOT your average book on getting pregnant!

Renowned fertility expert Dr. Niels Lauersen and women's wellness expert Colette Bouchez help readers take charge of their fertility with a revolutionary new self-help plan designed to show couples how to work together to boost their conception odds, plan for a healthy pregnancy, and get pregnant faster – all without the use of expensive fertility treatments or medications.

Based on scientific research and tested on thousands of couples Eat-Love-GET PREGNANT is a simple yet revolutionary plan that provides the quintessential missing link absent from most other fertility programs.

Namely, the importance of not only boosting both male and female fertility simultaneously, but bold new evidence showing how, when couples work together in certain special and unique ways, they can create a unified fertility power boost strong enough to take them from infertile to fertile in as little as three months

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Image: Sandy Baby Feet, by Fancycrave1 on PixabayMy friend, Debbie, had her first child at 46 years old - naturally (though she had a couple of miscarriages first).

A lady in a local choral group, here, told me the other day SHE was conceived when her mom was 54 years old!

She was child number six, and her mom had a perfectly healthy pregnancy and baby!

This lady (her name escapes me right now) is 57 years old already!

One of my kids did a seminar the other day on her family in Quebec.

Her grandmother lost the first seven kids she had (illnesses, accidents, a fire etc. - can you imagine?!) yet began again, and had seven more, four born after 45 years old.

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Just wanted to say my husband's two grandmothers each had their last child at 47 years old, naturally conceived of course this was a LONG time ago.

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A woman in my daughter's kindergarten class is turning 50 years old.

Her son is only six years old.

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My great-aunt was born in December of 1906. She married in 1928.

She had three healthy daughters - in 1936, 1947, and 1951.

So, she would have been 29, 40 and 44 years old when she had her daughters.

Strange for that time (eight years before even having the first baby, and then they were born several years apart).

There were obviously no fertility drugs at that time.

This is all per a family history book I got at our family reunion.

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My grandmother's last pregnancy was at 48 years old, her children were all spaced 7-9 years apart.

My last two children, (naturally conceived) were born when I was 44 and 46 years old respectively.

My first two children are now 24 and 19 years old.


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Image: The Secret Diary of a New Mum Aged 43 1/4, by Cari Rosen. Publisher: Vermilion (September 12, 2011)The Secret Diary of a New Mum Aged 43 1/4
by Cari Rosen

-- Whatever your age, becoming a mum for the first time brings with it excitement, anxiety and numerous challenges.

But how do you cope when, to top it all, you discover you are old enough to be the mother of everyone else in your NCT group?

The story of one woman, one new baby, a slipped disc and rather too many wrinkles, The Secret Diary of a New Mum (Aged 43 1/4) follows the tale of a midlife mum as she tries to make the transition from experienced TV producer to utterly inexperienced parent.

One in five babies is born to a mum over 35, and the number of over 40s giving birth has doubled.

The first humorous narrative account of what it's really like to be a midlife mum - whether it's deftly side-stepping any questions about age and baby number two or weeping as younger counterparts ping back into their size ten jeans within thirty seconds of giving birth.

This is the thoroughly entertaining, insightful and often hilarious account of what happens as you face up to menopause and new motherhood at the same time.

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Pamela Laycock Age: 50. Mother of Toby, aged five. Derek, her partner of 16 years, is 48, and runs a chauffeur company

I had always wanted lots of children. We started consciously trying at the end of my thirties when I still hadn't got pregnant. I had IVF in the end, which cost about £14,000.

I was 43 years old at the time. I made a conscious decision after the age of 45 I would give up.

It took only two attempts. I was very, very lucky. I was over the moon when I was told the news. It was better than winning the lottery.

It was then quite scary thinking maybe something would go wrong. We made a decision not to have any tests for Down's Syndrome because whatever happened we would love that child and look after it. But Toby was absolutely perfect.

My husband loves children but it's never been the be all and end all for him to have one, whereas I desperately wanted one. Now he thinks it's the best thing that happened in the whole world. He still has a little tear when he thinks about Toby being born.

My mother was a bit taken aback when I told her I was pregnant and worried I wouldn't have the energy - but I do. I'm a London guide, and when I was pregnant I worked up until a week before he was born. I worked with two colleagues who were in their early thirties and pregnant, and they were always having days off because they didn't feel well, and they stopped working way before they gave birth. I had no problem at all.

Being older I have more experience of life to share. I have done a lot, so I'm not desperate to travel. I have friends who had children in their twenties who are at university or leaving home and they're wondering what to do now.

I'm too old to go backpacking, and I'm lucky I got all that out of my system before I had Toby. We also had a house, so we weren't struggling to get a foot on the property ladder.

I don't think of myself as being any different from other mums. Not many people know how old I am. Most of the mothers in Toby's class are coming up to 40 anyway. At my antenatal class, there were seven of us all having our first and they were all in their mid-thirties onwards.

I do wish I had him younger because I would have loved to have had more than one. We won't do IVF again because there would be too big an age gap with Toby. It's also too traumatic and expensive.

Toby doesn't recognize I'm an older mum. I do worry things might be said at a later date. I don't think I look my age at the minute, but nature will take its course and I'm sure people will make comments. Hopefully, it will be something Toby can brush off as it's not an oddity these days.

Obviously, I would like to see Toby married and it would be lovely to see my grandchildren. I don't see why I won't. I don't intend to go before I'm 100.

Being a mother is all I've ever wanted to be and it completes the purpose of my life. I love every second I spend with him. It's the most wonderful experience. I think older mums are possibly more appreciative. I used to feel very left out and now I feel I belong.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on Independent.co.uk
Read more: The changing face of motherhood
Originally posted on December 2, 2006.


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: How to Get Pregnant Fast: Crucial Knowledge for Getting Pregnant, by Hillary J Lowndes. Publisher: CreateSpace (January 13, 2012)How to Get Pregnant Fast: Crucial Knowledge for Getting Pregnant
by Hillary J Lowndes

-- Discover the keys to getting giving yourself the best chances of getting pregnant.

Don't surround yourself with information about what not to do.

Instead, you can take proactive steps to make sure everything is just right.

If you feel you can't get pregnant, it may be because you're not taking the right approach.

The best way to get pregnant doesn't have to be stressful.

You can take control once you learn some of the science and some of the secrets passed down through time.

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Image: In India, giving birth at 50+ is not uncommon
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March 25, 2011 - Seen from a distance there seems to be nothing special about the family in a village in Haryana in northern India. A shy young girl hides behind her mother.

But from closer up, you suddenly notice the woman's wrinkles and the grey hair under her headscarf.

Rajo Devi Logan, who in late 2008 suddenly became famous as the oldest mother in the world, proudly stands up and breaks into a broad smile as she talks about her daughter.

I'm so happy with my daughter! Before she was born, I didn't feel attached to anything. The neighbors used to talk about us with pity.

Rajo Devi doesn't like to go back to the period in which she and her husband, Balla Ram, had no children.

Like many people in rural India, she doesn’t know exactly how old she is, but Rajo Devi is at least 70 years old. Her husband is 80, he says.

Two and a half years ago, their daughter Naveen was born, at least 58 years after the couple married.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on Radio Netherlands Worldwide
Read more: 70 year old mother of a toddler: India's old parents
Originally posted on March 25, 2011.


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Image: Pregnancy Miracle: clinically proven holistic and ancient Chinese system for permanently reversing your infertilityPregnancy Miracle
by Lisa Olsen

-- A 279-page, instantly downloadable e-book presenting a 5-step, sure-fire, 100% guaranteed, clinically proven holistic and ancient Chinese system for permanently reversing your infertility and your partner's infertility disorders and getting pregnant quickly, naturally and safely within 2-4 months without drugs, dangerous surgeries, side effects, or expensive infertility treatments.

It's probably the most powerful infertility reversal system ever developed, and currently the best-selling e-book of its kind on the entire Web!

Here's what the author Lisa Olson had to say about her incredible program:
After 14 years of trial, error, and experimentation, I finally discovered the answer to infertility and developed a fool-proof system to getting pregnant the natural way - no drugs, or surgery necessary.


It took a lot of research to get to where I am today, to know exactly what works and what doesn't. Yes, after desperate trial and error, countless of useless treatments, disappointments, and agony, a simple holistic system opened the door to my new and much brighter life of motherhood.

I was also excited to see that my other infertility related symptoms had diminished. After years of waiting, I was finally free from Infertility! I have become a proud mother of two.

And now I'm finally revealing my secrets in this new 'encyclopedia' of pregnancy called, Pregnancy Miracle.

I will be your own personal coach, take you by the hand, and lead you through the lousy advice, hype and gimmicks... and directly to the sort of inner balance perfection that will end your battle with infertility forever and help you become a proud mother of your healthy children.

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