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Image: Oops! babies pose challenge to parents and siblings
On Father's Day 2007, over pancakes at IHOP, Doris and Randy Worcester broke the news to their daughters, ages 15, 12 and 9 years old: their family was about to have a new addition.

No, it wasn't a new bathroom or bedroom or a new car, the girls discovered. Instead, in just about five months, they would have a new baby brother.

It was a stunning shock when we found out, Randy said. There was a nine-year gap there.

Randy and Doris had found themselves, at ages 45 and 44, the parents-to-be of an unplanned child, or what some refer to as an Accidental or Oops! baby.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on SalJournal.com
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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Test Tubes and Testosterone (Male Infertility), by Michael Saunders. Publisher: Nell James Publishers (May 6, 2011)Test Tubes and Testosterone (Male Infertility)
by Michael Saunders

-- What do you need to make a baby? A willing partner? A good sense of timing? Some wine maybe? A nice meal and some amorous music? Not always.

There are times when all the romance (and luck) just simply will not do.

In those times, what you need is a specimen pot, a heap of drugs, so many ultra-sound scans that your wife or partner begins to glow in the dark and an unfeasibly large amount of tea.

Providing a rare yet enlightening male perspective on the world of IVF, Test tubes and testosterone is one man's experience of infertility and the IVF journey he embarked on with his wife in order to start a family.

Told with humour, wit and insight, this book sheds light on issues that can be hard to discuss even with the closest of friends or relatives, making it a valuable book for anyone contemplating or going through IVF.

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Image: Ursula Andress, mom at 44May 5, 1980 - Love affairs and husbands can end, but a child is forever.

It is the most important thing that ever happened to me, exults Ursula Andress, the Swiss-born actress and seven-time Playboy plaything.

At the ripe age of 44, she is expecting her first baby in mid-May.

Let's say I had an incredible life up until today, and now I think it's time for a change.

The father is Pasadena-born actor Harry Hamlin, 28, who starred in Movie, Movie and the NBC miniseries Studs Lonigan.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on People.com
Read more: Urged by Her 28-Year-Old Lover, Harry Hamlin, Ursula Andress Faces Motherhood at 44
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Image: Fertility Facts, by Conceive Magazine Editors. Publisher: Chronicle Books (September 1, 2008)Fertility Facts
by Conceive Magazine Editors

-- The ultimate compendium of pre-pregnancy advice, essential not only for the one in six couples struggling with fertility challenges, but also for anyone starting a family.

This chunky volume offers hundreds of ways, sourced from doctors and the latest research by the experts at Conceive Magazine, for women to conceive faster.

Each page offers a new and often surprising tip: women should avoid taking ibuprofen, while men looking to increase sperm count should double up on pumpkin seeds!

With this highly accessible reference in hand, readers will be one step closer to parenthood.

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Image: Still hope after 40Renee Seufert and her son, Max, are used to visiting this doctor's office. After having her son Max at age 40 years old, she returned to become pregnant again at the age of 43.

This time it's twins.

Renee underwent rounds of IVF, in vitro fertilization, where experts unite sperm and her own egg in a lab. The embryos created were then transferred into Renee, resulting in her pregnancy.

"I feel pretty good most of the time. I just entered my third trimester a week ago, so I'm starting to feel a little more tired," Renee said.

She's healthy and beat the odds being able to use her own eggs at 43 years old.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on About2012
Read more: Modern medicine fights the biological clock
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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Boost Your Fertility: New Solutions for Conceiving Quickly and Having a Healthy Pregnancy as Soon as Possible, by Marilyn Glenville Ph.D. Publisher: Fair Winds Press (March 1, 2009) Boost Your Fertility: New Solutions for Conceiving Quickly and Having a Healthy Pregnancy as Soon as Possible
by Marilyn Glenville Ph.D.

-- The definitive one-stop resource for couples who want to have a healthy pregnancy as soon as possible.

Based on leading women’s health expert Dr. Marilyn Glenville’s highly successful program, Boost Your Fertility presents an 8-step integrative approach including nutrition, lifestyle, removing environmental toxins, and medical screening for getting and staying pregnant.


Dr. Glenville outlines in detail what may be hindering pregnancy, what you and your partner should be tested for and when, and how to tailor the program to you based on particular factors such as age, medical history, and lifestyle.

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AChildAfter40.com: Why She’s A New Mom At 52
Far from decrepit, freakish, or bizarre— as new mothers over fifty were recently characterized in a New York Magazine article—Lynn Laszewski is the healthy face of the latest maternal trend.

A child of The Quiet Revolution, which has seen women gradually take charge of half of our workforce since the 1970’s, she has several degrees in Environmental Science and now works in management as a Resource Conservation Analyst for Pepsico.

But it wasn’t until she was fifty-one that Laszewski became a mother. And, while her story is unique, it is also a harbinger of motherhood to come.

When she was growing up, Laszewski was no stranger to later life motherhood. She had cousins whose grandmother gave birth to the last of eight children at fifty. In middle school, she also had five girlfriends who had grown up siblings and parents well into middle age.

Those were the best houses to hang out at, because there were always fresh baked cookies, the best snacks, and plenty of clothes and spending money, says Laszewski.

As an adult, she focused on education, and then quickly became engrossed in climbing the corporate ladder, like a significant portion of her ground-breaking generation of women.

It wasn’t until age forty-one that she met Mr. Right.

However, it was a long distance relationship and it wasn’t until she was forty-four that they lived under the same roof. Once she realized she had the right guy, Laszewski began to explore the possibility of becoming a mom.

Given her age, the doctor suggested donor eggs which raised some real concerns for Laszewski. She wondered how many donor siblings her son might end up with and was uncomfortable that another woman should have to undergo invasive medical procedures on her behalf.

For the next two years, the couple tried to conceive naturally, without success. They explored adoption, but found their options limited because they were old.

Finally, they went back to the clinic and started the process to conceive via donor eggs.

Pregnant at fifty-one, Laszewski was in for a few surprises from the medical establishment.

She soon discovered that obstetricians were chary of taking her as a patient due to her age. It took three tries for her to find a doctor brave enough to take on a fifty-one year old pregnant lady.

My doctor admitted that her clinic had never taken a mom my age, says Laszewski.

After giving birth at the hospital, she found her treatment nothing short of patronizing, as the nurses pushed her to take more pain meds than she wanted or needed.

Don’t try to be a hero! or older moms often try too hard to be supermoms were some of the statements they made to her.

What the heck did I need those for? says Laszewski.

I’m thinking 'wow', I’ve had two myomectomies (removal of uterine fibroids) with surgeries lasting more than four hours each time — this c-section is a piece of cake!

With her son, Kyle, now fifteen months old, Lynn Laszewski has learned much about midlife motherhood.

I certainly feel that I can be more dedicated to raising him than I would have been at a younger age, she says.

[Back] then, we were busy building our careers, living hectic schedules, and traveling a lot for work.

Now we are financially secure and really committed to raising our son.

Coming from an athletic background, she also feels more than ready to handle the rough and tumble of a boy toddler.

He wants to wrestle and goes at top speed all day!

The couple takes part in regular swimming lessons and bike rides with Kyle on the weekends.

I don’t mind getting in the pool with all the twenty-something moms—I’m slimmer than most due to pure luck of genetics, she adds.

These days, having hit the stereotypical glass ceiling in her career journey, Laszewski doesn’t mind spending time with her son that she would normally spend trying to break into the next tier of management.

It is nice not to have to strive for the next level every waking moment, she says.

Being a mommy makes me better at my job—those patience, understanding and open-mindedness skills are always needed in the corporate world, she adds wryly.

Ultimately, becoming a mother over fifty has made her an advocate for women and later motherhood in the workforce.

Laszewski actively encourages women to stay in the workforce, even after becoming a mom if they’re motivated to do so.

She admits that—despite all the talk of family-friendly businesses — the real key to succeeding is finding the best manager you can to report to.

Direct managers have the power to make decisions, enhance your chances of promotion, grant flexible work schedules and trim your travel schedule.

More working mothers means better career conditions for women in the future, according to Laszewski.

The more moms in the workplace, the more 'normal' it will be to have moms as CEO's, VP's and managers, she says.

I’m glad that my company has a woman and a mom as CEO.

I know that other women I work with think that, somehow, it makes a difference for the rest of us.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story by Angel Laliberte, founder, AChildAfter40.com: For Women on the Journey of Later Motherhood. Originally posted on October 19, 2011.

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AUTHOR'S BIO: Angel La Liberte is the founder of ACHILDAFTER40.COM: For Women on the Journey of Later Motherhood, a leading voice for later mothers, featuring real mom stories, expert advice, and online discussion forums about motherhood after 40. She actively advocates for women having children in midlife, and to raise awareness of the real challenges of later motherhood. She has been appeared in over 100 media features across North America, including CNN and PBS TV.

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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: Do What Now?, by Nate Grigg, on Flickr
Hi! My name is Robin, and I found out on Saturday that I'm pregnant! I'm scared to death! It was totally unexpected even though I was being dumb and playing Russian Roulette.

The prescription for my birth control pill had run out a few months ago. I called to make an appointment with my OB/gyn [obstetrician/gynecology]. She moved to Hawaii.

So I found a new one but wasn't able to get in until June. I figured at my age and my history in difficulty with getting pregnant in the past, I just needed to be careful and I'd be fine. WRONG!

I don't know what I was thinking. I'm 44 after all, I should know better. I have two wonderful boys from a previous marriage. I've been seeing a wonderful man for nearly 3 years now. We both felt we were too old to have children. I dropped a bomb in the poor man's lap when I told him Saturday night.

This is the last thing either of us wanted, but we decided we would continue with the pregnancy. I think we will both slowly get use to the idea.

I'm scared to death with all I've read about what can go wrong. I'm looking forward to reading about all the good and positive with being pregnant at 45. I'm also looking forward to making some online friends to help each other through this exciting time in our lives.

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Image: Pregnancy MiraclePregnancy 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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Image: David and SarajeAn Grainsons family got a little larger when twin sons Matthew and David were born in May. Three-year-old Luke is now a big brother.July 02, 2009 - Even at 53 years old, Valley Stream resident Sarajean Grainson had a biological clock that never stopped ticking.

And now, six weeks after the birth of her twin sons, she wants women to know that it's never too late to be a mom.

After speaking to a 40-year-old friend who underwent in-vitro fertilization, Sarajean decided that the procedure was the best choice for her. To increase the chances of a pregnancy, she was implanted with two donor eggs from East Coast Fertility, a clinic in Plainview, in April 2006, and gave birth to a son, Luke, that December.

She and David went back to East Coast Fertility in September of 2008, hoping to give Luke a younger sibling. This time three donor eggs were implanted, and two of them turned out to be viable. The Grainsons were told they were having twins.

I was in shock, Sarajean said. I was hysterical crying.

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Surviving In-vitro Fertilization: IVF Stories and Inspiration from the Women who have been there, by Karen Daniels. Publisher: CreateSpace (July 29, 2011)Surviving In-vitro Fertilization: IVF Stories and Inspiration from the Women who have been there
by Karen Daniels

-- True IVF stories and inspiration from the women who have been there. In-vitro fertilization is not a journey you need to take alone.

The women in this book who share their stories, thoughts, and lessons learned, have been in the IVF trenches - some for long periods of time.

We call them the IVF veterans.

They've struggled, cried, laughed, and inspired.

Let their experience guide you through the process and use their knowledge and tips as a beacon of insight for your own journey.

In-vitro fertilization is, on your best days, a journey that empowers you toward your ultimate goal of being a mom.

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Image: The Emerging Voices of Midlife MotherhoodFor mom-blogger Maureen Daniels from New Jersey, having her triplets at nearly 43 certainly gave her a unique spin on life.

(In fact, I’m sure her head is still spinning.)

Although Daniels (now 46 years old), started her blog, The Online Shopping Boutique, driven by a business work ethic...

to share the wonderful stories of SAHMs like myself who want to stay home for their young children and earn a substantial living working from home as well.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on AChildAfter40.com
Read more: The Emerging Voices of Midlife Motherhood
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Image: Ordinary Miracles: A Journey through Primary and Secondary Infertility, by Krissi Marie McVicker. Publisher: iUniverse.com (March 27, 2012)Ordinary Miracles: A Journey through Primary and Secondary Infertility
by Krissi Marie McVicker

-- We had trouble conceiving and it was shocking news. When we found out that in-vitro fertilization would most likely be our only chance for success, our anxiety grew. But, with the help of my husband's amazing insurance, after three cycles, we were able to have our daughter, Ella.

And after three more cycles, our twins Logan and Mia graced us with their presence and we were truly blessed. I know that we were one of the lucky couples. Many people can't afford one IVF cycle, let alone six. And, I've never taken that for granted.

After my daughter was born, I started writing Ordinary Miracles. I wanted to share my story with others because I remember hearing success stories when I was in the midst of my struggle and it inspired me to believe that if it could happen to them, maybe, it would happen for me too.

After my twins were born, I started my blog: Stress Free Infertility. I wanted a place on the Internet where couples could go to and read about others, get solicited advice, and be inspired by other success stories; a place to ease the stress of infertility, at least a little bit.

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Image: Stock Photo credit: Heather and Laila, by @joefoodie, on FlickrSandy, 49, Wichita, Kansas, US - I find myself pregnant at 49, my 50th birthday on the near horizon. I have a son born in 1982 who is himself the father of my 2-year-old grandson.

I have another son born in 1985. I re-married (a younger man) and had another son in 1996 after struggling with in-fertility.

I was surprised in 1996 to discover I was pregnant with another boy. I have joked for the past decade that "I turned 40 and found out I was pregnant in the same week."

Now I find I will turn 50 pregnant. Un-planned. Have you ever heard of such a thing? Do 49-year-old women actually get pregnant without fertility boosts? My periods have become less regular, but I still had them, and I know when I am ovulating.

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Dolores, 52, Savannah, Georgia, US - I am currently pregnant with IVF twins

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Stacey, 44, New Jersey, US - My name is Stacy (first time Mom) and I naturally conceived and delivered a healthy baby boy September 2004 at 43 years of age. I am now expecting another child April of 2006, again naturally conceived.

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You know the saying 'life is full of surprises' true! I did have an uncle whose wife was 50/51 when they had their 12th child so I can only keep hoping and praying.

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Leslie, 45, Germany - this is my third pregnancy in one year, all naturally conceived. The first one was terminated in August 2004; it was in the tube and the tube had to be removed. I was devastated, as I thought there is no way to become pregnant at 43/44 with only one tube left. The first time we tried again after the operation in December 2004 I fell pregnant again. I could hardly believe it, but sadly enough it was not OK, I lost it in the 11th week. I just did not want to give up, even though my spirits started to be very low indeed. All the hormones up and down really affected my body and I gained a lot of weight.

Anyway after the pregnancy loss and operation on 4th of March we tried again in May and I fell pregnant straight away. Now I am in the 18th week and until now it looks very good and healthy. I can even feel the baby kick. So I think it is just as possible to become pregnant in the forties or even late forties. Just do not give up!





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Image: Pregnancy MiraclePregnancy 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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Image: Twins at 54 for the mother who did not think eight was enoughAt the age of 54, Karen Johnston could be counting down the days until her eight children have all flown the nest.

Instead, she's having two more of them.

A self-confessed baby addict, she was devastated when she went through the menopause six years ago and was told that she was too old to have IVF in Britain.

Thanks to IVF treatment in a foreign clinic, Mrs Johnston is now six months pregnant with twins - 33 years after she had her first child.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on Dailymail.co.uk
Read more: Twins at 54 for the mother who didn't think eight was enough
Originally posted on March 11, 2010.


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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: The Fertile Kitchen Cookbook: Simple Recipes for Optimizing Your Fertility, by Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque. Publisher: 3L Publishing (November 20, 2009)The Fertile Kitchen Cookbook: Simple Recipes for Optimizing Your Fertility
by Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque

-- Are you one of the millions of couples desperately trying to conceive a baby? Are you aware that diet plays a critical role in fertility? Would you like to unlock the secrets to changing your diet and potentially increasing your chances of success?

Co-authors Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque -- when confronted with Cindy's medical prognosis of a two percent chance of conceiving a baby on her own -- unlocked those secrets to develop a fertility diet that four months later produced a viable pregnancy, and soon after a healthy baby.

The Fertile KitchenCookbook includes a variety of simple-to-make tasty dishes that make the diet easy to follow. In this cookbook, the authors share these flavorful recipes, along with the dietary guidelines that helped them succeed. Additional tips and even a section on cooking basics, are included.

You will learn: The importance of diet in conception and pregnancy, what foods you can and cannot eat to enhance fertility, how to identify and shop for healthy ingredients and food items, how to prepare the nutritious and fertility-enhancing recipes included.

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