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This will be my first baby - at 45 years old.

I was five days late, and thought it was the onset of menopause. I was pretty upset about it.

I had an old pregnancy test, and got two lines on the results.

Well, I didn't have the instructions, so I wasn't sure if I was pregnant.

Found another test... it was positive, but expired.

Then I bought two more tests, they were both positive.

I have a doctor appointment on the sixth of next month, as I'm high risk.

I am concerned because I had a miscarriage when I was 40 years old, at 10 weeks.

I was just going to make an appointment for fertility testing, so I was pretty surprised when the tests came up positive.

I just can't bear thinking about another miscarriage.

My boyfriend isn't thrilled that I'm pregnant either.

I am trying to be positive, but I've only told my sister so far.

I told everyone last time, and it was really hard when I had the miscarriage.

I'm praying and hoping for the best.

I think this is my last chance.

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: The Fertile Female: How the Power of Longing for a Child Can Save Your Life and Change the World, by Julia Indichova. Publisher: Adell Press; 1 edition (April 1, 2007)The Fertile Female: How the Power of Longing for a Child Can Save Your Life and Change the World
by Julia Indichova

-- Written by an author whose expertise grew from an extensive counseling practice as well as personal experience.

The Fertile Female offers a hope-filled view of reproductive difficulties, with a deeper understanding of the often-confusing messages of mind-body and alternative medicine.

With an engaging mix of passion and humor the book initiates a public debate on the politics of infertility and its effect on our health care system.

Includes practice exercises and a section on dietary recommendations, complete with recipes.

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I wanted to tell you about my cousin.

She had never had a baby.

Then - at 45 years old - she got pregnant.

She delivered a healthy baby girl - at 46 years old - naturally.

Don't give up.

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: Acupuncture and IVF: Increase IVF Success by 40-60%, by Lifang Liang. Publisher: Blue Poppy Press (August 2003)Acupuncture and IVF: Increase IVF Success by 40-60%
by Lifang Liang

-- The information in this book can increase your success rate with in vitro fertilization (IVF) and other assisted reproductive technologies (ART) by as much as 60%.

Research has shown that acupuncture alone can increase the success rate of IVF by 35%. By also adding Chinese herbal medicine, it is Dr. Lifang Liangs experience that you can almost double that increase.

In this book, Dr. Liang describes her extremely successful step-by-step protocols for combining acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine with IVF.

Whether you are a Western MD specializing in infertility, a Chinese medical practitioner, or a couple experiencing difficulties in conceiving, this book is sure to give you new hope and a new approach to dealing with this all too common and difficult condition.

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I am 44 years old, and delivered a wonderful little boy 12 weeks ago.

I did not go to a high risk doctor.

The doctors treated me like any other pregnant patient.

The pregnancy wasn't much different than my first three children.

I was a little more uncomfortable toward the end than I remembered.

Maybe because I was so busy with two little ones, that I didn't have time to think about it.

The delivery was smooth also.

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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 40's 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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I'm 32 years old, and although that's not old I know I'm still hearing the ticking in my ears!

My aunt had her first baby, naturally at 45 years old, so we have a few years yet I'm sure!

I think the worst part for me - is that I'm finding TTC [trying to conceive] so consuming.

I think about it 24/7, and I'm not sure I can keep it up for much longer.

I don't want it to become my life.

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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 bestsellers Tina Fey and Chelsea Handler - are truly having their moment.

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How about that new post I just saw on the over 40 pregnancy forum....

She wrote: Just got married...wasn't TTA [trying to avoid]...

Just took prenatal vitamins and after the second month I found myself pregnant at 45 years old...

Well, I almost fell out of my chair.
These posts do exist!

My friend Mary, who is brilliant by the way, and born when her mom was 45 years old, would love to hear that it can't happen!

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Image: Perfect Hormone Balance for Fertility: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Pregnant, by Robert A. Greene M.D. and Laurie Tarkan. Publisher: Three Rivers Press (April 29, 2008)Perfect Hormone Balance for Fertility: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Pregnant
by Robert A. Greene M.D. and Laurie Tarkan

-- You have more than one hundred hormones circulating in your body – reproductive hormones, pregnancy hormones, sex hormones, metabolic hormones, and stress hormones – relaying messages from tissue to tissue, organ to organ, brain to body, and body to brain.

An equilibrium, a perfect balance in both partners, often determines your ability to conceive and support a pregnancy.

When your body is imbalanced, conception becomes very difficult. Luckily, hormonal imbalances can be corrected.

Drawing on the latest research in this field – which links underlying hormonal issues with infertility in men and women – Dr. Robert Greene, fertility specialist, ob/gyn, and reproductive endocrinologist, has created the Perfect Balance Fertility Program to help patients attain the optimal hormonal health that is necessary for conception.

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 I'm now 46 years old and 12 weeks pregnant - so far, so good!!

I decided to become a mother on my own, and I feel so blessed and lucky that I was able to get pregnant.

I'll be 47 years old when this baby is born, and I am looking forward to my new life and new role as mom!!

I used my own eggs with donor sperm - this was based on the fact that all my fertility tests were fairly good-Clomid to stimulate the ovaries a bit......then an Ovadril injection.

Yes, it was an IUI [Intrauterine insemination].

There's a little family medical history that may have been in my favor as well, one cousin was 48 years old when her daughter was born - she had a normal, uneventful pregnancy, she actually thought menopause had started!!

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: What Every Woman Should Know About Fertility and Her Biological Clock, by Cara Birrittieri. Publisher: Career Press (May 26, 2009)What Every Woman Should Know About Fertility and Her Biological Clock
by Cara Birrittieri

-- Until now, there has been little practical advice on what women can do about ticking biological clocks.

What Every Woman Should Know About Her Biological Clock is the first book to explore a woman's reproductive life span completely, from beginning to end.

Based on Cara Birrittieri's own experience of running up against a slowing biological clock, she shows women for the first time how to "tell what time it is" with a simple blood test that gives them a peek at the state of their ovaries.

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I was on the phone with my health insurance company, trying to get some things straightened out.

Told the woman on the phone about my IVF [in vitro fertilization] cycle, etc. and the woman said "Don't you worry..."

Her sister got married late, thought she wouldn't be able to have a baby - and "Boom!"

She got pregnant at 45!

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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Image: The Garden of Fertility: A Guide to Charting Your Fertility Signals to Prevent or Achieve Pregnancy--Naturally--and to Gauge Your Reproductive Health, by Katie Singer. Publisher: Avery Trade (April 22, 2004)The Garden of Fertility: A Guide to Charting Your Fertility Signals to Prevent or Achieve Pregnancy--Naturally--and to Gauge Your Reproductive Health
by Katie Singer

-- A guide to using fertility awareness - that is, reading fertility signals in order to prevent or achieve pregnancy.

Certified fertility educator Katie Singer explains how to observe and chart fertility cycles to determine when a woman is most fertile to increase chances of conception, or to exercise birth control naturally - a method that, when followed precisely, is as effective as the Pill.

Unlike other books on fertility awareness, The Garden of Fertility also describes how to use the charts to gauge gynecological health and offers non-medical options for strengthening reproductive wellness.

This book provides all the information women never learned in sex education class, but should have.

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Image: Nurse Gabi, by Kyle and Kelly Adams, on FlickrI had an amazing experience with the gentle cycle with Dr Zhang. I am now (after 5 IVF's -- I am 44 years old) 10.5 weeks pregnant and am thrilled. I think he is amazing and brilliant and the staff is fab.

It was a tough year (and I am old in the fertility world) but he made the process easy and I wouldn't trade the experience for anything.

I had major scar tissue in my tubes from Crohn's disease and therefore, my only option is IVF [in vitro fertilization]. Everything else worked well (other than I am 44 years old). This was my fifth try and the protocol was slightly different. All I took was Femera and produced three eggs and all fertilized and two were 8-cell A quality and one was 7-cell.

Very natural cycle with minimal drugs. That is how is works with women of my age. Doctor was thrilled this time, and said it was my best embryos in the year. I also started Acupuncture in January, and did herbs for fertility.

I took Femara 2.5m from day 3 until retrieval. I was also doing acupuncture 2x per week and taking herbs. The drug is similar to Clomid, in that you create additional eggs but considered much more natural. For me it worked (hopefully it will keep).

I go back to doctor today, and am actually quite nervous. I didn't take any other drugs until transfer, and then he gave me Estradiol and a shot of something and that is it.

Dr. Z always made adjustments to my drugs. One month I tried Femara, another month he had me do a prep cycle with Estradiol or Clomid. Every cycle he did something slightly different, until he found the right combination for me which was Femera.

This time was easiest and was probably my last try. I was emotional and exhausted, and am so excited. I think Dr Zhang is brilliant, and the staff is amazing. I would completely recommend him. Not sure of your age, but he also does a lot of 40+ women.

Several months later, from the same person:
It has been an amazing pregnancy so far and next Friday I am delivering via c-section. He is the best!

Thanks for letting me share.

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Image: Budgeting for Infertility: How to Bring Home a Baby Without Breaking the Bank, by Evelina W Sterling, Angie Best-Boss. Publisher: Touchstone; Original edition (March 17, 2009)Budgeting for Infertility: How to Bring Home a Baby Without Breaking the Bank
by Evelina W Sterling, Angie Best-Boss

-- Having a baby can be one of the most wonderful times of your life -- but if you need help to conceive, it can swiftly become a staggeringly expensive undertaking.

With the average cost of infertility treatments ranging from $35,000 to $85,000 in the United States (most of which is not covered by insurance companies), many women and couples find themselves having to make difficult choices about building their families.

Getting a grip on your finances is one of the few things you can do to regain control of this process. Infertility experts Evelina Weidman Sterling and Angie Best-Boss have created the ultimate guide to ensuring the most cost-effective care with the highest chances for success.

With anecdotes, interviews, and advice from both doctors and patients, you can easily apply these specific money-saving strategies to your own unique situation.

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My TCM [Traditional Chinese Medicine] doctor told me the same thing, that we never use all of our eggs in a lifetime.

Our bodies just don't function the same as when we were young.

My doctor is in her 50's, has six year old twins, naturally.

She wasn't even TTC [trying to conceive].

She said she O'd [ovulated] the day before her period.

She also said that at our age, we can spit out eggs at random, and not even show we O'd on our charts.

She has seen it happen several times.

A really hot night of bd'ing [baby dancing] can cause us to O [ovulate].

Don't give up!

I would continue with acupuncture and herbs, and one of these times you will catch the golden egg.

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Image: Budgeting for Infertility: How to Bring Home a Baby Without Breaking the Bank, by Evelina W Sterling, Angie Best-Boss. Publisher: Touchstone; Original edition (March 17, 2009)Budgeting for Infertility: How to Bring Home a Baby Without Breaking the Bank
by Evelina W Sterling, Angie Best-Boss

-- Having a baby can be one of the most wonderful times of your life -- but if you need help to conceive, it can swiftly become a staggeringly expensive undertaking.

With the average cost of infertility treatments ranging from $35,000 to $85,000 in the United States (most of which is not covered by insurance companies), many women and couples find themselves having to make difficult choices about building their families.

Getting a grip on your finances is one of the few things you can do to regain control of this process. Infertility experts Evelina Weidman Sterling and Angie Best-Boss have created the ultimate guide to ensuring the most cost-effective care with the highest chances for success.

With anecdotes, interviews, and advice from both doctors and patients, you can easily apply these specific money-saving strategies to your own unique situation.

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