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Wednesday, February 21, 2018


Having A Baby Over 40

Nope, it wasn't an accident...some women just want more children when they're in their 40's.
And, contrary to all the doom and gloom reports, many women succeed without medical intervention. This story from the UK is about a woman who just wanted a third child, and succeeded!
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Sometimes I look back and wonder what strange, irrational urge took grip. It began as a discreet niggle around three years ago but soon escalated and I found myself, aged 43, desperate to have another baby. Not just any baby, you understand, but a third child. There was something about three, I reasoned – if such a thing was possible in my less-than-logical state. Whereas two were too neat and ordered, three was chaotic, abundant, life-affirming.
Imagine the extra dynamics and relationships that could evolve with a third. Many women in their 40s face a similar battle between mind and body, at least that's what it felt like for me, a primal reckoning with my reproductive self. Exhaustion is temporary but regret could last for ever, I kept thinking. Others wisely decide to ignore this deep internal conflict, buy a dog, write a novel, let it pass. As one mother-of-two said when I told her my news: "I'll never have another, however loud my ovaries scream at me." Maybe I was weaker – my ovaries won out. By this time, we were both bored by the endless discussion of should we, shouldn't we. As someone told me, the best reason to have three children is so you can stop talking about having three children.
We stopped talking about it and, around one month later, I became pregnant.from:

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