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Sunday, January 29, 2017


I thought I'd heard everything, but here's a particularly amazing story of a 45 year old French woman who was on a ski holiday in the Alps when she went into labor and delivered a baby before help could arrive.  She apparently didn't know she was pregnant which as crazy as it sounds can happen - especially to older women who don't think they can get pregnant at that age (not to mention that it was reported that she was on birth control).  Read more:


The mum, named only as Karine was at the Val Thorens ski resort on holidays with her family when
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she rushed to the bathroom early on Tuesday morning because she was not feeling well. However she soon realized it wasn’t a case of stomach flu.
The mother from near Lille in northern France, was on birth control and says had no idea she was pregnant. Incredibly within 15 minutes of the first pain she had given birth to a healthy baby girl, French paper Dauphiné Liberé reported.
After a brief assessment the sister-in-law, a trained prenatal nurse, realized the pains were contractions and even spotted the tiny head of the child beginning to emerge from her mother. The sister delivered the baby before paramedics even had time to arrive.
It was a rare, but not unheard of case of a surprise baby. While the mother and her brand new 3.2 kilo daughter were being flown to the maternity ward in the nearby city of Albertville, a nurse reportedly told her it was the fourth case he’d personally been involved in.
 from: www.thelocal.fr

Thursday, January 26, 2017


Donor Eggs and More Complications

Many women over the age of 40 are pushed by fertility clinics to consider using donor eggs because the success rates are supposedly better.  However, not all women need donor eggs and there may be a good reason to think twice about using donor eggs.  A recent study in France found that the egg donation itself is responsible for pregnancy complications.  The risk of pre-eclampsia which can be life threatening to the mother and baby was significantly higher in women who underwent egg donation.  It is thought that there might be immune system reactions due to the genetic differences in the donated egg from the biological mother. The French study was presented at the annual meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Munich.

READ MORE ABOUT DONOR EGGS OVER THE AGE OF 40 (getpregnantover40.com)

Tuesday, January 24, 2017


We all know that a fertilized egg needs to implant in the uterus and that the uterine lining needs to be thick and nourishing. However, according to this article, the uterus also engages in a series of contractions which helps sperm get where they need to go. Read more:

Babies are made when a mature egg pops off of the ovary and then slides into the fallopian tube. If the woman has had sex, the ovary might meet a sperm high up in the fallopian tube, and this might
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seem like a passive process from the uterus's point of view.

See Also getpregnantover40.com for more on gettting pregnant and avoiding miscarriage and recurrent miscarriage

From the article:

But Elad claims that the uterus actually plays a role in make sure sperm are in the right place at the right time. Apparently, uterine contractions squirt fluid, and sperm, upwards.

After conception, the uterus waits below, for about seven days, as the newly fertilized egg takes its own sweet time to float into the womb, and then the uterus goes into action again.

When the egg finally arrives, the uterus begins to contract again, performing a welcoming dance that sucks the new embryo into the soft lining of the uterine wall, and voila, we have a baby on the way.

Friday, January 20, 2017


I have been asked to pass this information along to my readers.  If you or anyone you know is trying to conceive over 50 or pregnant over 50, please feel free to use the contact information below:

NOW CASTING: Are you 50+ years old and trying to conceive?

Are you a woman over the age of 50 who is actively trying to become (or recently has become) pregnant? Are you excited to go through this new life event and want to show the world it’s never too late to have children?

A Major Production Company is currently casting women (50+) and their families who are seriously trying to become pregnant, or are in the early stages of pregnancy for a new unscripted documentary project. We would follow the personal stories of each family as they embark on this new chapter in their lives.

To submit and learn more about the casting, send the following to peterbhuntleycasting@gmail.com:

            1.    Name and Ages of family members
            2.    Contact Info (Email/Phone Number)
            3.    Current family picture
            4.    A brief explanation of your current pregnancy situation (i.e. your desire to have a child, thoughts on your age, etc.).

**Once you submit your information, a casting producer may contact you with more information (i.e. production company, casting process, compensation, etc.)**

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Development Casting

323.904.4680 x 2093

Tuesday, January 17, 2017


I realize I have readers of different faiths and beliefs, but I have received many inquiries about which saints to pray to if you are trying to conceive or struggling with infertility. The saints for fertility and conception include:
Saint Rita of Cascia, Saint Gerard, Saint Anne, Saint Mary,
St. Raymond Nonnatus, Saint Dominic of Silos.  

Click here to read more about St. Gerard 

Click here to read more about St. Rita 



Saturday, January 07, 2017


Australia has its own version of "The Biggest Loser" and one of its fitness experts is Michelle Bridges.  Although I'm not a big TV watcher, I did take notice that this health, weight and fitness guru got pregnant naturally and had a healthy baby.  When she and her husband announced their pregnancy, they made a point to say it was a natural conception.  Read more:


The incredible luck of Bridges falling pregnant naturally is not lost on the Biggest Loser trainer.
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"I feel very lucky," she told Who magazine, in its latest issue. 
"But I also feel all of my years and all of Steve's years of looking after ourselves and taking care of our health and our bodies, it just goes to show. For someone my age, for it to happen so quickly, it's obviously got to do with good health."

...Back in December, the TV personality opened up to The Australian Women’s Weekly about becoming a mother, saying, “I always hoped that, one day, I might be a mother.”
“It has always been at the back of my mind that perhaps it would happen."
But now, after welcoming the bub she deems to be “cute as a button”, the yummy mummy admits that it is “the best thing I’ve ever done.”
“I’ve got this mother instinct that people always talk about,” she gushed. “It’s quite fierce and protective.

Thursday, January 05, 2017


Infertility Or Fertility? Understanding the Crucial Role of ZINC In Reproduction

Guest Post By Uzo Onukwugha

Zinc may be classified as a trace element but it is a very important mineral in both male and female fertility enhancement. Zinc deficiency could lead to all kinds of infertility problems ranging from low sperm count in males to loss of pregnancy in females.
To understand the role of zinc in reproductive health in both sexes, lets examine the reproductive organs. In males, the prostate is the organ with the richest zinc supply while in the females, the uterus (the palace of the baby) is the zinc-richest organ. Developmentally what the uterus is in the female is equivalent to the prostate in the males. Although both organs may look different, they need the same nourishment--zinc--because they came from the same embryonic origin.
In women, lack or low zinc supply may lead to hormonal imbalance, irregular menses, lack of egg maturation or release from the ovaries. If the woman happens to conceive, zinc deficiency increases chances of spontaneous abortion, pregnancy-induced hypertension, and low-birth-weight babies.
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Note that the woman doesn't lose only iron in her menses, but also magnesium and zinc.
In men, the reproductive organs like the prostate and testicles cannot function without zinc. The prostate will swell without adequate zinc supply. Zinc is critical for sperm production, and maturation. Zinc is also a heavy metal antagonism and can combat arterioslerosis as such necessary to cure erectile dysfunction in men. Zinc is the reason why semen is white. One ejaculate from a man leads to the loss of 15 Milligrams of zinc. Zinc is necessary for DNA regulation and repair, proper cell division, immune system modulation, growth, regeneration and repair. It is also an anti-oxidant protector that can combat the menace of free-radicals in the body.
In fact Zinc, is an important co-factor in well over 600 enzyme systems (including anti-oxidant enzymes like catalaze and superoxide dismutase) in the body. This ranges from metabolism of carbohydrates and vitamins to release energy. Zinc deficiency can cause loss of taste, loss of smell, poor wound healing and infertility.



The problem is that zinc is notorious for poor absorption, therefore even mild zinc deficiency can lead to low sperm count, poor sperm quality and motility. Fortunately supplementation with 60 milligrams of zinc in 50 days can reverse all these semen parameters in infertile men. Zinc does all these by raising levels of testosterone (hormone that stimulate sperm production) which is also responsible for sexual libido in both sexes. This is why we must raise the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of Zinc to at least 60 milligrams daily. The erroneous notion to supplement with copper with increased dose of zinc is a baseless fear that has no practical application.
Zinc with magnesium and vitamin B6 work in synergy to modulate and balance the body's delicate hormone cascade which is necessary for fertility and reproduction in both sexes.
Good sources of zinc include turkey, oysters, whole grains, eggs, bone meal, molasses, maple syrup, brewer's yeast, seeds like sesame, sunflower, and pumpkin seeds. Note that zinc supplementation is no longer and option but mandatory if you are already struggling with infertility.
Uzo Onukwugha comes back to discuss how ZINC can improve your reproductive health, balance sex hormones, tone the reproductive organs, stimulate ovulation, increase conception leading to birth of healthy babies. To learn more about how you can reverse infertility, and enhance fertility Check out his website devoted exclusively on infertility remedy at: http://www.infertilityremedy.com
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Uzo_Onukwugha/40728

Tuesday, January 03, 2017


Pregnancy Over 40, Trying To Conceive Over 40 - Dealing With Others

If you're struggling with infertility, you know those awful feelings of being left behind when someone else announces their pregnancy.
 Even after my successful pregnancy, I still get slightly irritated with people who take their pregnancy for granted. I recall once, an extended family member who knew of my six year journey through infertility and miscarriage, announced her pregnancy at a family gathering. She went on to say: "it only took us two months to get pregnant!" I already had given birth to my daughter when this happened, but I still had a moment of rage pass through me - I had to refrain from saying something I would regret later. It seemed to me that the only reason she brought that up was because everyone knew it took me so long to have a baby.  There seemed to be an underlying jab there, but I'm sure I took it "the wrong way" because of my difficult history.
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Even though I wholeheartedly recommend joining an infertility support group (especially since I
previously ran one), there is one part of it that can be difficult - when others get pregnant before you. Most people eventually succeed and many will succeed before you. Remember, this is not a race. Everyone's life has its own set of twists and turns. What comes easily for some doesn't come so easily for others. I'm sure other people look at you and envy some aspect of your life. Things will fall into place when the time is right. Just because someone else has a baby before you, it doesn't mean your chances are any less. By the way, my family member I mentioned above had numerous complications with her pregnancy, delivered prematurely, had a c-section, a difficult post-partum period, and her baby required quite a bit of extra care due to a chromosomal problem. I assure you, I take no pleasure in her struggles - I'm happy that she and her baby pulled through. But in retrospect, it just goes to show you that there's no reason to automatically assume that the first one who gets pregnant has some kind of charmed life. Stay the course and know that everything will work out for the best.

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