I'm 47 and have a beautiful 19 month old daughter.
My husband and I are trying for another!
When I mention having another baby to my family they give me this look like "whatever for?"
I just don't let it bother me, and neither should you.
Best of luck to you...
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TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Inconceivable: Winning the Fertility Game
-- One in six couples in America will experience reproductive problems. Julia Indichova and her husband were part of that statistic.
According to several fertility specialists Julia's high FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) level was an indication that her body was no longer producing fertilizable eggs.
Her only chance of conceiving, they said, was in-vitro-fertilization with a donor egg.
After a futile quest for a more hopeful prognosis, Julia searched through a variety of holistic alternatives and finally decided upon a personal healing regimen.
She followed it as single-mindedly , as one would follow a doctor's prescription of antibiotics. Her daughter Adira was conceived naturally, eight months later, and was born on April 29, 1994.
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