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IVF for women in their 50s

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, July 12, 2012 | 0 comments

IVF for women in their 50s
Pauline Lyon, who had two children in her 50's with IVF, supports giving the treatment to older women.

Pauline made history in 1995 when she gave birth to Lauren at the age of 51 — becoming, at the time, Britain'’s oldest mum. Four years later, she had IVF again, to conceive Brodie.

She and husband David, 62, both have grown-up children from earlier marriages but wanted a family together.

And the American study confirmed what they believed all along — that older mothers have more patience and just as much energy as many young mums.

She says: “I often talk to much younger mums at the school who say, ‘Oh God, I’m knackered today.’ But I never feel like that.

“We go swimming, we’re always out playing in the garden, we do car boot sales — the kids love them.”

She insists: “If I hadn'’t been able to cope I would not have had one, let alone two.”

No one knows what’s around the corner. My children know they are wanted and loved — not every child can say that.”

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Every Drunken Cheerleader: Why Not Me?, by Kristine Ireland Waits. Publisher: Endurance Publishing (March 1, 2010)Every Drunken Cheerleader: Why Not Me?
by Kristine Ireland Waits

-- If you're eager to have a baby, doesn't the title say enough? Laugh, cry, share, relate - LOVE this book and all it offers to your soul. It's wit, wisdom and warmth from an author you'll quickly see as your sincere fertility-challenged friend. 

This information-packed, inspiring story is for women who are struggling with in-fertility and for those trying to support them. 

Enjoy an easy-reading journey you'll remember throughout life. Overwhelmed at the idea of dealing with friends' baby showers, insurance, husbands, needles, tears, heartbreak and surprises?

This book captures it all in a delightful way that's packed full of truths and challenges to keep you moving forward. 

Indulge in a journey - reading this book - that will have you throwing your head back in laughter, curling up in the comfort of feeling understood, having raw honesty give you permission to be exactly who you are. 

Indulge. You deserve this! Get one for your best friend and your mom too.

Paperback: 168 pages

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