I answered the poll as one who gave birth at the age of 45.
I conceived at 44, and I was 45 and 2 months old when I gave birth to a beautiful, perfectly healthy girl after an uneventful pregnancy.
Just so you know, I used my own eggs (well, just one). I don't know how it escaped me that conceiving my first at age 44 might be a little difficult, but I was newly married at 43, and we just kept trying.
I kept BBT charts, and was attuned to my fertile time. I did not take any supplements, other than folic acid. All I can say is that the "less than 3% chance of conceiving" that I was given by the RE turned out to be all the chance I needed.
Don't give up!
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