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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Fertility Waters?

Photo: E!Online

I have followed Nicole Kidman's career for years. She's always been one of my favorite actresses because I think she's good at what she does and beautiful on top of it. I certainly could relate to her struggle with infertility and miscarriage. The break-up of her marriage was all the more devastating especially after adopting two children. I was elated when she announced her pregnancy and the birth of her baby. Here's yet another high profile woman having her first biological child over the age of 40.

Yesterday, I stumbled across this article where Nicole Kidman talks about an area in the Australian outback which she claims has "fertile waters". She feels that she and a number of other women became pregnant after swimming in the water of Kununurra in Western Australia. She says her pregnancy was unexpected and she thought she would never get pregnant and give birth. What a great just goes to show you, infertility can strike anyone and there can be a happy ending - just when you least expect it. Read more:

Kidman credits ‘fertility waters’ with pregnancy
‘There is something up there in the Kununurra water,’ actress says (

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