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Mary Stuart Masterson, 44, pregnant with twins
March 9, 2011 -- Actress Mary Stuart Masterson, 44, and husband Jeremy Davidson, 39, are pregnant with twins!

The two babies will join their 17-month-old brother whose name has not been revealed.

"In five months we are going to have three kinds under the age of 2," Davidson pointed out.  

"We are in happy shock about it"

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on MSN.com
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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: The Brotherhood of Joseph: A Father's Memoir of Infertility and Adoption in the 21st Century, by Brooks Hansen. Publisher: Modern Times; First Edition edition (May 27, 2008)The Brotherhood of Joseph: A Father's Memoir of Infertility and Adoption in the 21st Century
by Brooks Hansen

-- Offering men a chance to be heard and women a rare opportunity to view the struggle with infertility from a male perspective, The Brotherhood of Joseph brings to life the anger, frustration, humor, heartbreak, and sense of helplessness that come to dominate the husband’s role.

As his remarkable account reaches its finale in Siberia, however, Hansen’s once again becomes the story of a husband and a wife who, even after years of medical frustration and fruitless paperwork, still must take one last risk together and trust in their most basic instincts before their new family can be born.

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Image: Two baby headbutt, by lisatozzi, on Flickr
A quadruplet pregnancy occurred in a woman 51 years of age following oocyte donation and embryo transfer.

Successful pregnancy occurred following two previously unsuccessful attempts.

The patient underwent a selective reduction of her pregnancy to two fetuses at approximately 13 weeks gestational age.

Her pregnancy continued uneventfully and she underwent the delivery of two viable infants at 38 weeks gestational age by Caesarean section.

This case represents the first quadruplet pregnancy to be established in a woman of 50 years of age or older. It illustrates both the benefits and risks of oocyte donation to women of advanced reproductive age.

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Read the abstract: Quadruplet pregnancy in a 51-year-old menopausal woman following oocyte donation
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Originally posted on May 28, 1993

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Having Your Baby Through Egg Donation, by Ellen Sarasohn, Evelina Weidman Sterling. Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Pub; 1 edition (January 15, 2012)Having Your Baby Through Egg Donation
by Ellen Sarasohn, Evelina Weidman Sterling

-- A comprehensive book for people considering parenthood through donated ova, and those supporting them.

It takes readers through the decision-making process, focusing on questions they are likely to be asking themselves, including: Are we candidates for egg donation? Will it work?

How much does it cost? How do we find a donor?

How do we talk about our decision with others? How will we tell our children? Ethical questions related to egg donation are also examined:

Can a donor truly have informed consent Is it ethically correct for donors to receive payment, and, if so, is the payment for 'time and effort' or for their eggs?

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Image: Gran's a mum again at 60! Photo Credit: News.bbc.co.uk
A grandmother looks set to enter the record books as Britain's oldest mother following the birth of a baby boy 35 years after her first child.

Welsh farmer Elizabeth Buttle, whose maiden name is Espley, is believed to be 60 years old.

If correct, the miracle mum's age would beat the previous record birth by five years.

Checks by one British news agency at the Family Records Centre in London revealed an Elizabeth Espley was born early in 1937 in the Chester area.

Further checks revealed no-one by the same name was born between 1937 and late 1945.

No fertility drugs

Twice-married Mrs Buttle, whose eldest grandson is 19, gave birth to new arrival Joseph David by Caesarian section at West Wales General Hospital in Carmarthen eight weeks ago.

The mother, who lives on her farm in the west Wales village of Cwmann, near Lampeter, became pregnant without the use of fertility drugs by her partner Peter Rawston, 56.

Talking about baby Joseph, Elizabeth says: "He is my little miracle and he makes me feel like a young woman again. I feel perfectly well and I don't know what the fuss is about.

"There were no complications and the hospital staff were absolutely marvellous."

"Baby was not planned"

A widow with three grandchildren, Mrs Buttle had a daughter in 1962 with her late husband Tom, who died 10 years ago.

New arrival Joseph, described by his mother as a "lovely, healthy little lad", was born slightly premature.

Elizabeth, who celebrates her birthday next month, said although the baby was not planned, she and her partner had taken no precautions to avoid the pregnancy.

Kathleen Campbell, of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, is entered in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest woman in the UK to give birth at the age of 55 in 1987.
This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on News.bbc.co.uk
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Originally posted on January 15, 1998

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Rewinding Your Biological Clock: Motherhood Late in Life, by Richard J. Paulson M.D., Judith Sachs. Publisher: iUniverse Publishing (July 13, 2011)Rewinding Your Biological Clock: Motherhood Late in Life
by Richard J. Paulson M.D., Judith Sachs

-- In 1996, Dr. Richard Paulson assisted a 63-year-old woman to conceive using in vitro fertilization with a donor egg, and she became the oldest woman in the world to give birth.

This incredible example of how assisted reproductive technologies, or ART, can change the course of nature, raises tough biological, emotional, and ethical issues.

Rewinding Your Biological Clock is a unique exploration of each of these issues, especially the "how-to" of peri- and post-menopausal pregnancy.

Written by a leading fertility specialist and a health educator, this original and daring book rethinks society's most fundamental beliefs about motherhood, aging and life itself.

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Image: Scotland’s oldest mum: I’ve always wanted children. Photo Credit: Programmes.STV.tv
Juliet Le Page became Scotland’s oldest mother when she gave birth at 50 years old.

Having settled down with her husband Richard, who is ten years her junior, Juliet has always been determined to have children.

“I was quite a determined person, I’d met my husband and thought ' I really want to have a family with this man' ,” Juliet said.  

“I was pretty sure I wasn’t able to conceive naturally so it had to be some form of assisted conception.”

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on Programmes.STV.tv
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Originally posted on March 23, 2010

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Right Time Baby: The Complete Guide to Later Motherhood and Pregnancy, by Claudia Spahr. Publisher: Hay House (May 1, 2011)Right Time Baby: The Complete Guide to Later Motherhood and Pregnancy
by Claudia Spahr

-- There couldn't be a better time for motherhood than after you've explored some of your own dreams and ambitions.

Studies show later mothers to be more secure emotionally and financially than younger mothers and nearly a quarter of all women in the UK are now having babies after 35.

Packed full of useful tips from top medical experts, scientists and world authorities, including Dr Michel Odent and Dr Marilyn Glenville, this book is a complete guide for the woman who's lived a life before giving birth.

It covers: preparing for pregnancy and motherhood; how to improve egg quality and prolong fertility so you can get pregnant naturally; exercises, relaxation techniques, mind-body connection for conception; how to increase your chances of success at IVF; making the most of your pregnancy, month by month; ways to avoid pregnancy loss; pregnancy yoga and natural remedies for common pregnancy ailments; how to have the best birth possible; from me to mum - adjusting to lack of sleep, relationship changes and that other job; parenting secrets and concepts from around the globe to inspire new mothers; and, the latest research in neuroscience, nutrition and psychology.

Get ready to embrace the biggest, most exciting transition of your life!

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Image: Prinţesa Lia a născut un băieţel, care se va numi Carol Ferdinand al României. Photo Credit: Realitatea.net
January 10, 2010 - Lia Lambrino, the wife of Paul Lambino, who pretends to the title of Prince of Romania, gave birth to a son at a Bucharest Hospital. Carol Ferdinand Lambrino weighed 4.9 lbs.

Although Romanian news sources state that Lia is 56, she is actually 60 years old, and will celebrate her 61st birthday on February 23.

It is unlikely that this baby was conceived in a natural manner, considering Lia's true age. It appears that a little medical tinkering was done to achieve the goal of giving birth at the age of 60.

"My wife and I a long time we wanted a child," says Prince Paul in a statement released to the media. "It is also a time of accomplishment and because our son was born in Romania, as we wanted. Birth of our son is one more reason to reaffirm my duty to honor our ancestors and to the generation to come, for him to know better and understand the history of the Romanian people, which they love so much."

This is the first child for Paul Lambrino. Lia Lambrino has a 37-year-old daughter, Melia, from her first marriage to lawyer Melvin Belli.

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Image: Who Else Wants to Have a Baby over 40? The Keys to Pregnancy Over 40, by Deborah Lynn WhiteWho Else Wants to Have a Baby over 40?
by Deborah Lynn White

-- Are you afraid you might never be able to have a baby? I was, especially after losing my first baby at age 44 to a miscarriage.

When I was younger, I assumed getting pregnant was supposed to come naturally. It didn't by a long shot.

Does this sound like you?

You want a baby of your own. You have spent years in your career and now realize you need to try to have a baby NOW.

Maybe you thought you would meet and marry the right man and then have kids. You never found him and now you’re over 40. He never showed up.

Lots of other women over 40 have gotten pregnant – you can too! This is not a story about extreme trauma and loss but one of perseverance and hope. I have not been through IVF or anything more invasive than IUI.

I don’t have a story of extreme devastation to tell. I had heartache and miscarriage, but got pregnant and had a healthy baby at 45.

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Image: Ulya was born in 1884 and her child was born 79 years laterA Russian woman claims to be both the world's oldest person and the oldest-ever mother.

Her passport shows that she’s 125, and she says she last gave birth a mere 46 years ago, at the tender age of 79.

If true, she has beaten the previous record holder by almost a decade. Some critics, however, have thrown doubts on her story, suggesting her documents possibly don’t offer the whole truth.

Possible in theory

Ulya Margusheva is an ethnic Kabardin from the Russian republic of Kabardino-Balkaria in the North Caucasus. Long-lifer Ulya says she doesn’t eat anything sweet or salty and that she hates bananas.

Her story becomes all the more fascinating with the revelation that the woman gave birth to her only child when she was 79.

“I explain it by the fact that she lives in an ecologically-safe environment. She's a healthy woman herself,” said Maria Tembotova, the republic's chief obstetrician.

“And despite the fact she got married in her late she had a healthy lifestyle. So it is possible in theory”.

Journalists investigate

So far a Japanese woman lays claim to the record as the oldest mother to give birth. If Ulya really is the true world record holder, why is she enjoying so little publicity?

Two documents, her passport and her child’s birth certificate, make it quite clear: Ulya was born in 1884 and her child was born 79 years later. Ulya explains:

“Yes, I gave birth to my child naturally. No caesarean section. A nurse at the hospital told me when I was checking out with a child: ‘Oh! What a poor woman!’”

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on RT.com
Read more: Giving birth at 79 – new world record or fake?
Originally posted on April 17, 2009

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Infertility Sux!!, by Lyn Vaccaro. Publication Date: June 15, 2012Infertility Sux!!
Strategies to Release You From the Bondage of Infertility
by Lyn Vaccaro

Genre: Advice + How-to, Parenting + Families, Fertility

-- A story of my personal journey of thriving fertility that produced 6 healthy girls, then upon turning 40 becoming infertile as I conceived and miscarried 5 times consecutively, at which point I changed my diet and lifestyle to raw live food and juicing to create a healthier environment in my body.

After a year of practicing this, I went on to conceive and give birth to two healthy boys at the age of 43, and again at 45.

Length: 22 pages

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Image: When I’m 64 – I’ll have my first child. Photo Credit: BLICK/Siggi BucherA pensioner from Canton Aargau has given birth to her first child – at the age of 64.

This makes her the oldest mother in Switzerland.

Mother and daughter, who is now four-and-a-half months old, are both well and on Tuesday appeared on the front page of Swiss tabloid Blick.

The woman, whose husband is 60, had a miscarriage when she was 61 and three years later decided to try again.

According to Blick, she went for an examination in Italy and then traveled to Russia where she received an egg from a donor. This is illegal in both Switzerland and Italy.

“When you harbour a wish so deeply, you must fulfill it,” said the proud mother in the video.

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Originally posted on December 7, 2010

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
First Baby After 30 . . . or 40: What to Expect When You're 30-Something or More, Dr Penny Stanway. Publisher: Orion Publishing; illustrated edition edition (October 1, 1999)First Baby After 30 . . . or 40:
What to Expect When You're 30-Something or More
by Dr Penny Stanway

-- Increasing numbers of women are having their first baby after 40, and with modern technology, the age at which women can have children is rising further still.

Although books on pregnancy and childbirth abound, a woman having her first child after the age of 30 or even 40 has special needs and concerns which are different from those of younger women.

This book looks at the pros and cons of having a first child later in life, discusses how to avoid or minimize the potential problems, and offers guidance on looking after yourself and your baby.

And because older women considering pregnancy are more likely than younger ones to think about life after the baby, it also takes a good look at family planning.

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Famous Moms Over 40

Biological clocks be damned, more American women than ever are having babies at an age when previous generations might have been sending their kids off to college.

The number of women delivering their bundles of joy after age 40 has doubled in the past two decades, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.

Meet a diverse group of women - from Madonna to Sarah Palin - who have defied the odds of giving birth at 41, 51 and beyond.

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Pregnancy After 40: 40 Things No One Told You About Being Pregnant Over 40 (Pregnancy Plan Series), by Jill Conrad, Pregnancy Support Institute. Publisher: Pregnancy Tips (August 14, 2012)Pregnancy After 40:
40 Things No One Told You About Being Pregnant Over 40 (Pregnancy Plan Series)
by Jill Conrad, Pregnancy Support Institute

-- So you’re over 40 and you’ve decided to get pregnant.

You are not alone. A growing number of women are waiting to have a baby until they are over 40.

This book will reveal:
♥ How you can have a healthy baby in your forties (in spite of all the warnings).
♥ What the biggest risks are and what you can do about them (it may not be as bad as you think)
♥ The 3 most important things you can do to have a healthy baby after 40 (you might already be doing some of them)
♥ Why older mothers often make better parents (the surprising reason)
♥ The one thing you should do every night to keep you fertile and able to conceive naturally (it takes 5 minutes)
…and Much More!


So get started and discover how to have the safest pregnancy and the healthiest baby when you are over 40 and pregnant.

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Image: Bonding, Stock Photo Credit: Vivek Chugh, on StockxchngBaby can wait
Fran Watson gave birth to Angus when she was 43 years old, having waited 20 years to find the right partner, get married and then have a child.

"What I feel as a mom who waited a long time is 'My God, I'm happy,'" said the longtime publicist.  

"And what can possibly be wrong with that wonderful feeling?"

A fitness professional in Calgary, Helen Vanderburg said she delayed having children mostly because she wasn't in a committed relationship until she was older; building her career played a secondary role.

She underwent a full complement of testing to rule out any genetic abnormalities and, at 45 years old, gave birth to her daughter, Sage.

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Read more: Baby can wait
Originally posted on March 21, 2009

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Yes, You Can Get Pregnant: The Diet That Will Improve Your Fertility Now and Into Your 40's, by Aimee E. Raupp. Publisher: Aimee Raupp Publishing (June 20, 2012)Yes, You Can Get Pregnant:
The Diet That Will Improve Your Fertility Now and Into Your 40's
by Aimee E. Raupp

-- Worried about your ability to have children in the next five years?

Have you been trying to get pregnant for a while now and it's just not happening.

Does it seem like every woman you know is having a hard time getting pregnant and you don't want that to be you when you're ready?

If you answered yes to any one of these questions, Aimee's second book, Yes, You Can Get Pregnant: The Diet That Will Improve Your Fertility Now and Into Your 40's, was written for you.

Whether you're in your 20's, 30's or 40's, this book will give you all the nutritional information you need to keep your baby-making machinery in tip-top shape.

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