Leslie, 46, in the 18th week

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Wednesday, August 15, 2007 | 0 comments

Leslie 46 from Germany
- Hi, 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 miscarriage 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.

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