I was honored and flattered when I was asked by Newsweek reporter, Joan Raymond to be a part of her article on women over 40 having babies.
My site: www.getpregnantover40.com
The article examines pros and cons and looks at both sides of getting pregnant later in life along with successes and failures. On the upside, it features three women who succeeded in having babies over 40 the old fashion way. I was one of the three women who underwent fertility treatments, faced the heartbreak of miscarriage, but got pregnant naturally.
Of course, if you've visited my website or have been reading my blogs, you know I wholeheartedly believe that there are many aspects of our fertility we do control. Yes, getting pregnant over 40 (or any age) involves an element of luck, however, to a great degree, you make your own luck by having preparedness meet opportunity.
Here is a link to the article:
"Not every egg over age 40 is created the same," says Dr. Karen Ashby, assistant professor of reproductive biology at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. "Some healthy women will get pregnant without a problem..."
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