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My friend was 47 years old when she conceived through IVF [in vitro fertilization].

She gave birth to twins, using her own eggs.

They are adorable and very healthy children.

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My Dad was conceived when my grandmother was 49 years old.

She delivered him at 50 years old.

My great grandmother also delivered her last baby at 50 years old.

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High-flying lawyer Cherie is married to the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair.

They have three teenagers - Euan, Nicky, and Kathryn.

Now, at 46 years old, they have a baby son named Leo, who arrived on May 20, 2000.

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I am 43 years old and I am pregnant for the first time.

-- Kirsten, Oslo, Norway

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I am 44 years old and I am seven months' pregnant with my fifth child.

-- Lanie, Colorado, USA


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: The Fertility Diet: Groundbreaking Research Reveals Natural Ways to Boost Ovulation and Improve Your Chances of Getting Pregnant, by Jorge Chavarro, Walter Willett, Patrick Skerrett. Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (April 6, 2009)The Fertility Diet: Groundbreaking Research Reveals Natural Ways to Boost Ovulation and Improve Your Chances of Getting Pregnant
by Jorge Chavarro, Walter Willett, Patrick Skerrett

-- Reveals startling new research from the landmark Nurses' Health Study, which shows that the food you eat can boost your fertility.

The book prescribes ten simple changes in diet and activity that can increase your chances of getting pregnant.

Groundbreaking findings into changes you can put into practice today, setting the stage for a healthy pregnancy and forming the foundation for an eating strategy that will serve you well for the rest of your life.

The Fertility Diet also offers a week's worth of meal plans and delicious recipes that will make following the guidelines easy and tasty.

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Image: Suit claims Hudson County refused to reassign pregnant worker who later suffered miscarriage
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Yvonne Coleman-Davis became pregnant with twins when she was 41 years old, in the spring of 2010.

Yvonne, a corrections officer who works an overnight shift, eventually miscarried one of the twins she was carrying.

Yvonne said she asked to be reassigned during her high-risk pregnancy so she wouldn't have to be in close quarters with inmates.

Her superiors refused, she says.

After the miscarriage, but while she was six months pregnant with the twin who survived, Coleman-Davis was kicked in the stomach by a female prisoner, and she was required to fill out paperwork before her superiors allowed her to go to the hospital.

I was horrified, Coleman-Davis told The Jersey Journal.

All I was thinking was, I was going to lose that baby. I lost one, and now I'm going to lose the other one.

She did not return to work until after her daughter Veronica was born on October 28th.

This Pregnancy Over 40 story was found on NJ.com
Read more:Suit claims Hudson County refused to reassign pregnant worker who later suffered miscarriage
Originally posted on July 26, 2012.

TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: 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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Image: Cindy Reutzel holds her granddaughter Elle Cynthia Jordan Wednesday Sept. 5 after giving birth to her granddaughter on Thursday, Aug. 30 after acting as a surrogate for her own daughter Emily Jordan, who had undergone a radical hysterectomy. (Sitthixay Ditthavong/Associated Press)
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Faced with cervical cancer at a young age, Emily Jordan underwent a radical hysterectomy.

Doctors were able to save her ovaries. She thought she and her husband would never have their own children.

Jordan told the Associated Press that before the surgery, the doctor told her that she was pregnant. She was devastated.

Her mother, Cindy Reutzel, decided to step in, offering to be a surrogate so that her daughter and son-in-law could have a child.

Reutzel is in her early 50s and has remained in good health.

She says reactions have been positive, and is adamant once the baby is born, she will be the grandmother.

Jordan says that her mother's offer is a continuation of everything she had done for her, in making sure she had the best life possible.

Read more: Grandmother gives birth to her own grandchild


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: The Insider's Guide to Egg Donation: A Compassionate and Comprehensive Guide for All Parents-to-Be, by Wendie Wilson-Miller and Erika Napoletano. Publisher: Demos Health; 1 edition (May 15, 2012)The Insider's Guide to Egg Donation: A Compassionate and Comprehensive Guide for All Parents-to-Be
by Wendie Wilson-Miller and Erika Napoletano

-- In their search for alternative means for building a family, those who face infertility turn to the nearly 500 reproductive specialty clinics across the United States.

While egg donors enter into the picture for a variety of reasons, every reason has the same desired result: a family to call one's own.

Same-sex and single-by-choice parents are more prevalent than ever in the fertility industry, and there is no definitive, up-to-date guide to help families of all types approach egg donation, especially these niche groups.

Resources are fragmented, true regardless of the family structure.

The Insider's Guide to Egg Donation is the first how-to-handbook that helps families of all types navigate the less talked about but widely practiced egg donor landscape with a warm and friendly tone, giving those in search of a different kind of stork the answers and information they need as they begin to research family-building options.

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Image: Baby Pouty Lip, by GirlLiuxia on PixabayI am 45 years old, and this is my second baby while in my 40s.

At 15 weeks, I went for an amnio when the doctor ruptured my membranes.

For the next five months, I would stay in bed.

Of course, ruptured membranes means you will most likely lose the pregnancy.

Or if pregnancy survives, the baby will not survive, due to undeveloped lungs from too much pressure due to low fluid.

I had severely low fluid the entire pregnancy.

From 23 weeks until 35 weeks when he was born, I was hospitalized and managed.

He was born at 35.1 weeks by elective c-section - he was perfectly healthy.

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It is great to know we ladies over 40 years old can still get pregnant.

Despite what our doctors and statistics say!

My doctor also told me to see a specialist after seeing my FSH [Follicle-stimulating hormone] of 15.

My acupuncturist told me her FSH WASN'T that low, and she still got pregnant with her first child at 45 years old!

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This is my first pregnancy at 46 years old!

I don't know how far along I am since I stopped paying attention to my cycle many months ago.

All that work three years ago with fertility testing, taking my temperature every morning, charting hormone levels - just got to be too much with no result!

I finally bought a pregnancy test on December 21, and it took less than the time recommended to show a positive result!

I didn't believe it, so I went the next day and bought two more tests.

One was the kind that reads either pregnant or not pregnant.

That is the one I showed my husband.

I knew he would not believe me otherwise!
- Karen

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I too am 46 years old and expecting a baby.

Like you I was shocked at first...

I thought I was starting menopause!!

Had stopped paying attention to when my periods came, so I wasn't sure of when the little one would arrive.

- Jan, baby #9 due in June

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I too found out by surprise I was pregnant at 45 years old.

Problems arose - then shock again five months later I was pregnant again.

We had been trying since I was 39 years old, with no results.

We had one daughter 11 years ago, with fertility treatments.

This time, with no treatments, I got pregnant twice at 45 years old!



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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Image: Baby Fingers, by Christian Luiz on Pixabay
When my mom researched her family tree, she was amazed at how many women had children late in life.

Right from when they got married at 15 or 16 years old (the research went back to 1529 AD, when early marriage was normal), until right when the menopause hit at 48 years old, or even 50 years old.

Both my grandmothers had their last child at 43 years old and 46 years old respectively...

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My husband and I tried for two years, and thought we just could not conceive.

Just when we had given up, I got pregnant with our son Benjamin.

We hadn't even tried to get pregnant that month and yet, there it was... a + HPT [home pregnancy test].

I was just shy of turning 42 years old.

Sadly, we lost our precious son to premature birth at 22 weeks.

However, God blessed us with another child just five short months later.

I gave birth, at 43 years old, in Dec. 2004 to my daughter Emma.

So... it can happen.

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My husband and I married when I was 41 years old and a bit.

We were TTC [trying to conceive] for about 18 months before I got pregnant.

I turned 43 years old a few weeks afterwards.

I am now at 20 weeks pregnant now, so pretty hopeful for this, our first baby!

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We just found out she is expecting!

They are well into their forties.

I would say she is at least 44 years old.

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My mother-in-law had my husband  when she was 45 years old...

And that was 36 years ago.

AND he's got a brother 15 months younger than him.

AND his Dad was 60 years old when my husband was conceived!!


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 humor, 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: Baby in the Flowers, by Dusan Tesanovic on Pixabay
Hey, I have to tell you this!

My grandmother had my mother when she was 46 years old!!

Forty-six!

Unbelievable...

Except I know it to be true because it happened to my grandmother.

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I have a friend who just found out she's pregnant.

She's 45 years old.

And she had a baby at 41/42 years old.

I don't think it's over for the 40-something's, just because of their age.

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I met a 45-year-old woman this week, who got pregnant naturally!

I was skeptical and pressed the issue (you did IUI [Intrauterine insemination], IVF [in vitro fertilization], SOMETHING?)

She said no, just timed sex.

Apparently, her mom had eight kids, one at 40 years old and another at 43 years old.

So she had fertility in her family, but still, I found her inspirational.

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My sister in law is 46 years old and she just gave birth to a healthy baby girl.

No tests, no idea what her FSH [Follicle-stimulating hormone] is and no problems.

She just tried and got pregnant and had no problems.

I think it's possible for all of us, we just might have to wait and go through more than some people.

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My Chinese Dr just told me of one of her patients who had 30 FSH.

She already into menopausal symptoms and is 45 years old.

She has just gotten pregnant!


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: But I Don't Feel Too Old to Be a Mommy!: The Complete Sourcebook for Starting (and Re-Starting) Motherhood Beyond 35 and After 40, by Doreen Nagle. Publisher: HCI (February 7, 2002)But I Don't Feel Too Old to Be a Mommy! The Complete Sourcebook for Starting (and Re-Starting) Motherhood Beyond 35 and After 40
by Doreen Nagle

-- The first and only book to fully address the concerns of the ever-growing but greatly ignored an audience of literate, educated women who have delayed motherhood.

In this comprehensive work, women who are considering parenting in their 30s, 40s, and later-whether for the first time or starting over-will find all the information they need to make informed choices.

Complete with quotes from medical experts, later-in-life moms, and their kids, this one-stop book will calm the doubts and fears of women considering motherhood after 35 and beyond 40 by providing supportive yet realistic information.

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Image: Red Cap Baby, by Flavio Gaudencio on Pixababy
I am 45 years old and 31 weeks pregnant.

I also have a four year old son.

I have had two miscarriages in the last three years.

All pregnancies were conceived naturally.

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I am 44 years old, and I also have a two year old little boy.

I just found I am pregnant again, and I am so thrilled.

-- Sandy

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Christi is my business partner and she just had baby #12 at 44 years old.

She thinks she will probably have a few more babies, all natural conceptions.

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I had my second child at 41 years old.

But I did have a harder time conceiving this baby.

I'll be 45 years old when I give birth, due October 28th.

I have had such an easy pregnancy so far.

-- Tammy

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A year ago at 44 years old, I gave birth to my first baby.

He was a beautiful boy named Daniel Jacob.

~~~ Donna


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle, by Rachel Dratch. Publisher: Gotham; 1st ed., 1st Ptg edition (March 29, 2012)Girl Walks into a Bar...: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle
by Rachel Dratch

-- Her career at a low point, Rachel Dratch suddenly had time for yoga, dog- sitting, learning Spanish - and dating.

After all, what did a forty-something single woman living in New York have to lose?

Resigned to childlessness but still hoping for romance, Dratch was out for drinks with a friend when she met John.

Handsome and funny, after only six months of dating long-distance, he became the inadvertent father of her wholly unplanned, undreamed-of child, and moved to New York to be a dad.

With riotous humor, Dratch recounts breaking the news to her bewildered parents, the awe of her single friends, and the awkwardness of a baby-care class where the instructor kept tossing out the f-word.

Filled with great behind-the-scenes anecdotes from Dratch's time on SNL, Girl Walks into a Bar is a refreshing version of the happily ever after story that proves female comics - like best sellers Tina Fey and Chelsea Handler - are truly having their moment.

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Image: Newborn Hand, by Helene Mejza on PixabayA woman I know from another board just got her BFP [big fat positive - pregnancy test] from a minimum stimulation IVF [in vitro fertilization] cycle with Dr. Zhang (the same guy I just starting seeing myself).

This will be her first child!!!

She is 44 years old, and will be 45 years old in a couple of months.

Her FSH [follicle stimulating hormone] was 6.5 and E2 [Estrogen] was 112 (which of course means her FSH was actually higher), and she still BEAT the odds!!!

She has been trying naturally for a long time.

She transferred two, two-day embies, and did Clomid only for six days I believe (from CD4 - CD10).

I am so excited I can barely stand it... (especially since I am also working with this same doctor!!!)

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I just found out I am pregnant.

I am 43 years old, I will be 44 years old when I have this baby.

I already have three kids - 24, 22, and eight years old.

This was NOT at all planned.

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I have plenty of personal examples of women conceiving naturally over 40:

- my mother had me when she was 40 years old,
- my aunt had three kids after turning 40 years old,
- my grandma had her last child when she was almost 46 years old... all naturally.

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My doctor has had success using the estrogen priming protocol, a similar protocol Patti was recently successful with at 44 years old.

(Yeah Patti!!).

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It is true for some women, but not true for others.

Some women get pregnant easily in their mid-40s.

Sorry, but it is just the truth.

Do you think my aunt told a lie when she had her baby at 45 years old?

Do you think she just pushed a big pillow under her clothing, and lied to everyone about being pregnant?

No, it was for real.



TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: You Can Get Pregnant Over 40, Naturally II: Overcoming infertility and recurrent miscarriage in your late 30s and 40s naturally , by Sandy Robertson (Author). Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2 edition (May 14, 2015)-You Can Get Pregnant Over 40, Naturally II: Overcoming infertility and recurrent loss in your late 30s and 40s naturally
by Sandy Robertson

-- After years of infertility and failed fertility treatments, Sandy Robertson developed an all-natural pregnancy protocol leading to the birth of her daughter at the age of 44.

In this new expanded edition, she shares her research including over 100 references.

She explains how she:
- Overcame recurrent miscarriage
- Conceived multiple times of the age of 40 with one Fallopian tube
- Balanced hormones
- Increased pelvic circulation

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Image: Peaceful Baby, by Alexandra / München on Pixababy
Yes, of course, it is possible there might be a few who might have stretched the truth a bit in their post, or mis-remembered the person's age.

But still, it is hard to believe nearly 3,000 people are all telling a lie, or making up a story.

Sure, maybe one or two of them made it up.

But such a small number is irrelevant.

My grandmother had 3 children in her 40s, and I grew up not believing it to be unusual at all for a woman over 40 years old to get pregnant.

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I am 45 years old, soon to be 46 years old - and I am due with my first baby on May 10th.

I went the fertility specialist route for a bit, but we only did it half-heartedly because I felt for sure there was no way I would ever get pregnant...

That I was too old, my eggs were no good, etc. But I was wrong.

I can't say I was trying at all, but I guess that's how it happens sometimes!

I just had my last ultrasound, and the baby is perfect in every way... healthy, normal and very busy!

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Last night, on the tubing slopes, I talked to a women who had her fourth child naturally at 45 years old.

Her other three children had been born over nine years prior.

She said she conceived with no problem within six months of trying.

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I happened to sit with a 49 year old woman and her five year old son.

Making idle conversation, I found out she got pregnant naturally the first month she tried to get pregnant at 43 years old.

Prior to that, she had a booming career and had always been on birth control.

Also, it was interesting to find out she is an MD [medical doctor].

Ironically, her husband thought he was infertile, because tests in his previous marriage had determined his very low sperm count was responsible for their infertility.

This was his first child.

She said this goes to show you should never quit trying...

What works for one couple may not work for another couple.

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I am 52 years old, and I have just been told I may be pregnant.

My HCG [Human chorionic gonadotropin] blood count is elevated, and I have missed my period for the last two months.


TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Enhancing Fertility Naturally: Holistic Therapies for a Successful Pregnancy, by Nicky Wesson. Publisher: Healing Arts Press (April 1, 1999)Enhancing Fertility Naturally: Holistic Therapies for a Successful Pregnancy
by Nicky Wesson

-- outlines ways in which you can improve your fertility through alternative therapies, diet, exercise, and relaxation techniques and avoid some of the hazards associated with conventional treatments.

It discusses the most common causes of infertility and explains how to determine which therapy is most appropriate for you.

In vitro fertilization, conventional medicine's most prescribed remedy for infertility problems is expensive, dangerous, and has a success rate of only 14 percent, yet few of the one in six couples that experience infertility are aware of the effectiveness and safety provided by the wide range of alternative treatments.

Thoroughly researched and packed full of invaluable advice and tips, the book explores such therapies as acupuncture, reflexology, homeopathy, cranial osteopathy, aromatherapy, and herbalism.

The author includes case histories for each of the therapies discussed, showing how the therapies helped couples overcome both primary and secondary infertility in order to have the baby they longed for.

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