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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

PREGNANT AT 45, WOMAN SHOCKED BUT DOESN'T CONSIDER IT A MIRACLE

Here is a great article about an author who got pregnant by surprise just when she had given up the idea of having more children.  The article goes on to say that, yes, it may be somewhat unusual for a woman to have a baby in her 40's, but it certainly is not a medical miracle.  Women frequently can and do become pregnant naturally in their 40's.  Read more:

SEE ALSO: WOMEN WITH NATURAL PREGNANCY OVER 40 (Getpregnantover40.com)

and

THE REAL RATE OF PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS AND BIRTH DEFECTS IN WOMEN PREGNANT OVER 40 (getpregnantover40.com)


http://getpregnantover40.com/fertility-bracelet.htm
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Author Kate Kerrigan had her second son when she was 45, eight years after she gave birth to her first son. “I had my first child when I was 37 and I was very much thinking this was the last gas station before the desert. I was in my mid-30s before I met a man willing to marry me. By that time I was in a panic to get pregnant. I had a lot of anxiety about leaving it too late.

“We had Leo when I was 37 and we were thrilled and started immediately to try again but we had no luck and I thought well, we'll just leave it at one. When I was 45, I got pregnant again. I thought I was menopausal and had gained a little weight. I did the test as a dare because my friend mentioned my thick ankles. When it came up positive it was a shock.”

People’s attitudes were surprising, says Kate. “People kept telling me how great I was — aren’t you great! — as if this was some kind of marathon achievement or as if I was a medical freak. I was much clearer about what I wanted, I had so much more confidence and I knew what I wanted for my birth plan.

www.independent.ie

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