Diana, 43

I am a 43-year-old professional (soon to be 44 year old) who is trying to conceive on her own via IVF. I would love to connect with someone going through something similar. I did 1 round..6 embryos..4 not normal and 2 were "mosiac" . Going for 2nd round.

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Posted 15 December 2016

Deborah, 49, US

I am 49 and a half with an 8-year-old. I have desperately wanted another child since he was born. I went into early menopause at 47 so pretty much kind of lost hope - although I know you can still ovulate when you don't have your period. I recently read an article about Melatonin being able to reverse meopause! I would like to know if anyone in a similar situation would be interested in trying it for 6 months with me to see if there any results. I just got a bottle of it today ; ) Still hoping to conceive!

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Posted 13 July 2016

Liz, 44, London, UK

I am interested in connecting with other over-40 mums trying to conceive. I am 44 years old and already trying.

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Posted 6 July 2016

Sarah, 49, UK

I am 49 and a half and have just found out that I am 6 weeks' pregnant, having had a blood test a few months ago which confirmed that I am perimenopausal!  I already have two grown up daughters and a 5 year old but I feel very anxious at the prospect of having another baby at this age.  I can identify very much with the “older” moms/mums who say that they can feel isolated in the playground as I already often feel like this when I drop off and pick up my 5 year old, even though I feel that I am “young for my age”.  I do have lots of friends my own age but none with young children.

I would really like to talk to anybody who is or has been in a similar situation.

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Posted 14 June 2016

Neera, 46, London, UK

I'm 46 years old and preparing myself for egg donation birth. I would desperately love to chat with mothers in my situation. I'm married with a supportive husband a couple of years younger than me. I would like to communicate with mothers near my age group preparing for pregnancy, whether it be natural or by egg donor. It will be great to be in touch with women in London or in England, but I am also happy to communicate with overseas' mums and mums-to-be also.

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Posted 10 February 2016

Lisa, 44, UK

I turn 44 next week, which the doctor at the IVF clinic reminded me of a couple of weeks ago. We have been trying for a baby for the last 3 years and have had 2 miscarriages. So now we are doing IVF. There is so much negativity surrounding women over 40 it seems. I really wasn't aware of this until now and to find your site has given me hope. It would be great to hear from any other women my age who are going through the same thing.

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Posted 4 December 2015

Lana, 45, Manila, Philippines

I am 45 now (46 in August). Had some tests, resulting in a high fsh level of 43.25 mIU/ml. I'm healthy - no diabetes, no heart problem, no kidney problem and have normal ovaries. My hubby and I have been together for more than 2 years now and are sexually active. He's healthy too. But until now we have never got pregnant. I had some positive tests, but ended up bleeding. I'm still hoping. My mom's last child was at age 45. There are 7 of us and she went through the menopause in her late 50s.

I would like to know others' experiences, especially a first timer trying to conceive at mid 40s. I'm physically and emotional healthy. I look much younger than I am. I never smoke, drink or do drugs and eat a healthy diet.

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Posted 26 May 2015

Anne, 47, Switzerland

I am 47 years old, based in Switzerland, and after several years of being on the fence due to career and facing lots of personal fears of being a mother, decided I want to have a child desperately. We have been TTC for about 6 months and have recently started stimulated ovulation after having an HSG - where one tube was blocked - but now unblocked.  Apart  from my age, everything on my side and husband's side is completely normal.  However, because of my age, we've had lots of negativity around this from all the fertility docs - with the docs saying I am too old, and we should forget about IUI and IVF and go straight for a donor egg or adoption. We really do not want to give up hope yet...and I just don't know where to go or what to do. We've both had friends have babies in their mid-40s and both of my grandmothers had kids in their 40s.

I don't have a lot of experience in this area, and am feeling very alone and scared - from the emotional part to the medical part - with all the risks we keep hearing about. 

I would really like to hear from women who have been trying, have similar stories and experiences, and have been successful.  I do not want to give up hope yet!  Please help!

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Posted 27 March 2015

Darlene, 45, St. John's, Newfoundland

I am a 45 year old women (46 in March). I met the man of my dreams and want to have his child. We did get pregnant in May 2013, but miscarriaged July 2013 (at 9 weeks).  Then in December 2014, we got pregnant again, but again just miscarried Jan 2015 (8 weeks). We are still in shock! I am getting stressed because of my age. The doctors are telling me there is no hope with my eggs because I am too old. But I have heard stories of other having healthy pregnancies at age 46.  My friend who is 47 year old just had a healthy baby by using a donor egg. We are thinking about going that route, but I am not sure if it will work because I already had two miscarriages!! I am afraid to continue trying to get pregnant on my own because we may miscarriage again and lose precious time.  I would love to hear from anyone who has any stories like mine, or anyone who has any advice. I really want to be a mom; there is such a void now that I really want to fill.  Please Help!

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Posted 6 February 2015

Sharon, 45, Vancouver, Canada

My soul mate arrived in my life when I turned 43.  He is a lovely man and our dream is to have a child.  We have tried and lost two babies over the past two years. I have now reached the magic age of 45, and have faced the realization that I may not have a child of my own.  However, my doctors are still  very encouraging as I have been able to get pregnant.  Trying to have a clean and healthy lifestyle. Organic foods, time outdoors, no coffee or alcohol and key supplements.  My maternal grandmother had healthy children in her 40's.

Would love to hear from others who are trying and have been successful.  Thank you ladies for sharing your stories, and encouragement.

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Posted 10 October 2013

Catherine, 43, Loughborough, UK

I'm 43 and my daughter is nearly 3 (I only met my husband 4.5 years ago). She took 9 months to conceive (3 of those months I used Glucophage tablets for PCOS). We have been trying for a 2nd child for 18 months using Glucophage (and I miscarried nearly a year ago). I have tried acupuncture, homeopathy, top vitamin supplements and a diet fit for a king (I have a BMI of 24). I've had my blood checked and I'm still ovulating. Due to expense I can not get IVF. We are giving it another 7 months until our deadline of May 2014. I know a few women who have had their first 2 children in their 40's (mainly IVF);  in fact my neighbour managed to have 3 between 40-43 with no IVF! I think it must be a fate thing as there is always some women who have miracle children. I do not wish to adopt/foster. I just wonder what else there is left to try. There are books for sale about this topic, and as I am not working at the moment I can't afford to waste money. An article on the Bounty website said that 25% of couples now account for solo child families because of age/fertility issues/career and rising costs. I know I am lucky to have a healthy child but it is difficult when she asks for a brother or sister.

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Posted 9 October 2013

Maxine, 43, UK

I would really like to 'meet a mum' who could give me some advice.

I am 43 and I got married last year. I have a daughter who is 17. My husband has no children; he would love a child but has left the decision up to me. As much as I would love another child, and a child with my husband, all I can think about is when the child is 16 I would be 60 and it would be like having a 'grandmother' as a mum; would I see my grandchildren? My daughter really does not like the idea of me having another baby. I am so confused; can anyone help?

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Posted 29 July 2013

Marg, 40, Melbourne, Australia

I am 40 years old, have 3 children and have just got with my new partner who is 25 years old and has no children. I had my tubes clamped 12 years ago and was looking at getting them reversed. I am trying to find somewhere cheap in Melbourne Victoria Australia. I was hoping someone could help? Also, what are my chances of conceiving?

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Posted 9 July 2013

Robbie, 49, London, UK

Can anyone please help? I feel very much alone with my situ. I am considering going for one round of IVF - a more gentle version than the usual. I've not any any previously. Im very much alone - an on and off partner who absolutely doesn't want a child anyway, but who is supplying the sperm.  (Simply as he promised and we keep splitting because of all this as he does not, definitely, want a child). I'm contemplating egg donation, though with my my age, the fact that I will be alone and with very little in terms of a support system, plus I'm unemployed and live in London - I feel I'm being unfair on the child before it's been born!  The only thing I have is plenty of love for this potential child....

Please can anyone advise? I've been told all the risks at conceiving at my age and they are many. Down's Syndrome especially. Plus miscarriage. (I think I've had two natural miscarriages already in the very early weeks; late, then very heavy period). I'm worried for several reasons and I've no one to talk to. It's all making me quite ill. I dont wish to moan but feel very alone. Also, am I wasting my time and the very little money I have, trying IVF at least this once?

After that, if it doesn't work, I'm trying egg donation.  But even that, I'm still unsure about - being someone else's egg and so on, but everyone is saying this is the only way for me. (All NHS staff has been very dismissive). Plus I've no time to waste! I really want a child and circumstances didn't allow until now, but this is my last chance, given I've just turned 49. (My guy made me delay.) But at my age, and with little support, how will I cope if any of it works? So close to 50, I'm actually finding I'm more tired and extremely concerned I will be unable to help/look after/play fully with the child. Plus the prejudice folk will show. Do you know if there are there any fertility counsellors I can talk to in London? Time is of the essence!

Can anyone please offer ANY advice on any of the above? Plus info/forums/hospitals in, say, India where it may be easier to try and get egg donation or IVF cheaper. Anything to help would be great please. And finding other buddies in similiar situ too?

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Posted 12 March 2013

Samantha, 43, UK

Hi, I am 43 years old. I conceived with my son just after my 40th Birthday and he was born December 2010. I currently have a coil fitted and I am looking into getting it removed as my husband and I would like to try for another baby.

My husband and I have been together since 2005 and had suffered several miscarriages for which we were seeing a consultant for, but we decide that we had had enough upset and would stop trying, so to carry our son full term was amazing.

In past relationships I have undergone donor inseminstion and ICSI/ IVF treatment to no avail.

When I conceived my son I had lost 5 stone in weight (as I wanted to get in better shape before I was 40).  Whilst pregnant I had to take aspirin as prescribed by consultant. I also cut out caffeine from my drinks.  I stopped smoking at the start of 2009 so that wasn't and issue and didn't drink alcohol.

Towards the end of the pregnancy I suffered one episode of high blood pressure probably due to the fact that I'd been kept waiting over 2 hours for an appointment (notes not put out for clinic).

My labour was induced, I ended up having a forceps delivery. A few days after I had to have a 2 unit blood transfusion due to very low hB. My son was in NICU with breathing problems, sepsis and low blood sugar made a good recovery.

I am looking to be in touch with someone thinking about attempting or has tried for another child at the same age range to share worries/progress with.

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Posted 4 March 2013

Dee, 43 Alabama, US

I have a 6 year old, and I was 36 when I gave birth to my beautiful daughter. She has often asked for brothers and sisters and after getting divorced and got together with younger man, who would love to give my daughter her biggest wish. The plan is set into action!

However, I’m 43... nearly 44. I don’t see myself as old and my partner doesn’t either. After a very stressful time with the ex, my doctor says that I have to relax and get back to being the person I was before... to be able to conceive. It’s a lot of stress since I feel my time is running out... so if there is anyone out there that is in the same boat as myself... please get back to me... I would love to hear your story.

We are excited for the day we have to tell my daughter that she is going to be a big sister. She has been asking for about 4 years now. So keep your fingers crossed for us.

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Posted 26 February 2013

Linda, 48, Australia

I have three children, aged 20, 15 and 6. I had my 6 year old at  41 (no issues) and have just accidentally fallen pregnant at 48! I thought I was past it and although I have not had any menopause symptoms yet, I thought my age would protect me.

Don't know what I am going to do at this stage, but thought it might be inspiration to other readers. I am really sick and have very strong pregnancy symptoms, so am not too worried about miscarrying at this point.

Hubby wants me to terminate as he is worried about defects. Also, we are sort of separated at present although still in contact obviously.

My 20 year old and 15 year old are giving me hell - generally! They don't know about this and I don't know whether I want another evil teen in 12-15 years!!!!

My kids and My elderly mother would be appalled if they knew, as would all my friends!

Sort of excited though…..

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Posted 19 November 2012

Lisa, 41, UK

I will be 42 in December this year and I would love to strike up a friendship with someone with similar circumstances to me. Not only am I an older wanna be Mum (incidentally I have a 20-year-old son and an 18-month-old grandson!), I am hoping to have a baby with my much younger partner. :0)

This has been met with the usual comments - in particular my partner's family who no longer speak to me (their loss!).

I have been trying for about a year and have just been prescribed Metformin as I have PCOS.

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Posted 29 October 2012

Bebe, 43, Adelaide, Australia

I would love to meet and chat with other older first time mums and hear about their experiences.

Unfortunately, through a series of tragic life events I didn't have the opportunity to have a child earlier and would dearly love just one angel in my life if possible. I am 43 and my dear man is 31. We have just been through all the tests and apart from the age of my eggs look good to go, yet have not had any success. Talking to doctors is really getting me down and I've had a few awful experiences which have crushed me. From what I can tell, most think I've waited deliberately and are pointedly blunt and cold about our chances.

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Posted 26 September 2012

Jana, California, US

I'm so happy to find this site! I had my first son at 40, after losing a baby at 17 and a half weeks and had second son at 42...I now find myself accidentally pregnant {more accidental than usual] and I am terrified and feeling like my husband.and I will be harshly judged. Just need to chat with some people who understand.

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Posted 11 July 2012

Carolyn, Massachusetts, 52

I became pregnant unexpectedly at age 45 and delivered my son in March of 2006 at age 46.

Adam is my one and only child. I would have stayed "on the fence" about motherhood forever if he had not barged into our lives! Now I only wish I'd started sooner, as I'm past the point where I can provide him with siblings. So, we're moving forward with preparations for adoption.

Motherhood over 40 has been exhausting for me at times, but has also added so many wonderful dimensions to my life, I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world! Adam is our little gift from God.

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Posted 25 May 2012

Kerrie, 46, Sydney, Australia

Kerrie has had two children in her 40s and shares her story on one of the experiences' pages. She has said that she is happy to chat to anyone about her experiences. If you would like to get in touch with Kerrie after reading her story, then please do email me with your details and I will pass them onto her. Jan

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Posted 16 May 2012

Marilyn, 40, Western Cape, South Africa

I'm 40 and trying to conceive again after 3 miscarriages. I have a daughter aged 7 years. I'm an South African citizen staying in the most beautiful Western Cape in Kuilsriver.

I would like to correspond with mums from any where in the world.

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Posted 16 May 2012

Lorraine, 42, UK

I have a daughter who is almost 8-years-old and have just had another baby 6 weeks ago.  I am struggling with my worries about what other people think of me having a baby at 42.  I feel like shutting myself away from everyone.  I really would like to hear from other mums in the UK, who have just had a baby in their early forties or have just had their second child in their early forties.

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Posted 22 April 2012

Susan, 43, Perth, Australia

I'm 43-years-old and am trying for baby number two. I have a 6-year-old and I live in Perth, Western Australia. I would love to correspond with women from Perth.

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Posted 18 April 2012

Claire, 48, North East of England

I'm soon to be 48 and have 5 children between the age of 28 and 14. Even though I have a granddaughter and another on the way, my husband and I are desperate to have another baby.  We have only been trying for 4 months but it is our secret as I worry about people's reactions.  I am afraid to talk to my GP because I take a lot  of medication and I don't think  he will support me and of course because of my age!

Anyway, I'm feeling a little lonely with it all so it would be lovely to hear from someone who is going through a similar situation 

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Posted 8 April 2012

Fran, 52, London, UK

I am now 52 (!) and am still wanting to have a third child. My husband and I married 30 years ago and have two boys aged 26 and 21. I was 38 when I began to want another child but at the time I thought I was too old and I hoped the desire would pass. Seven years later - aged 45  - we finally decided to try - for the first time since my last boy had been born. Two miscarriages followed and once again I tried to get over the unrelenting desire to have another child.

This constant and overwhelming desire seems every bit as strong despite the passing years or the fact that we have experienced parenthood. My husband has huge reservations about our ages and whether this is fair on the child. Notwithstanding, after much soul searching he has agreed for us to explore donor egg ivf (we have an appointment at a clinic later this month). 

Many friends of a similar age simply cannot understand why I should want a baby now and frankly family members were very critical when I fell pregnant in my late forties - as far as they were concerned I should be thinking about holidays and 'enjoying myself' rather than this! I haven't shared any this with family members since.

I would be interested in hearing from anyone who can relate to what I'm experiencing particularly anyone who already has grown up children ( people have said to me that they can't understand this broodiness because it's not as if I haven't had kids after all).

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16 March 2012

Char, 46, New York, US

I am desperate to have a baby.  I have dedicated most of my life to my business and my 2 kids ages 22 and 18 (both boys).  Throughout the years, tried many time to have another baby, but hubby's erectile dysfunction has been an issue l (He's 59)  as well  as busy, stressful, working life.  Since the 18 year old is in college romance is rekindled and I realize that I have been longing for more babies for many many years. This feeling for a baby is very deep and profound I have always wanted more kids.  

Started to call fertility clinics (best ones in the U.S.A)  and kept hearing the horrible stats on me having my own biological child with my own eggs.  After 45 its like 1% with invitro !!!  Well, this was a shock as I didn't know when women hit 38 your eggs are bad quality and limited you lose fertility each year like a waterfall (not even a fawcet (per one clinic)   I was in shock and each clinic I called made me more upset when they told me the horrible chances of becoming pregnant with my own eggs. When you say your age  (46) they start talking about donor eggs ( again these are the best in the U.S.A)  If I knew this years ago I would not have waited. No one, not even my gyne told me my eggs were old and limited !!! 

I am an educated woman and well just didn't know.  In fact, I cried so much last month after making these calls my period only lasted 3 days and now came in 22 days not my normal 28 day cycle.   I am here in New York seeing a really awesome Dr. who specializes in (older women). His motto is "It only takes one good egg"  He does a very gentle approach to IVF.  Never said anything about the dreaded donor egg issue. 

Looking for friends and hope.  Life is nothing without children.

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Posted 8 March 2012

Judi, 42, Pennsylvania, USA

I have two boys 22 and 23 and a 17 year old stepson. My husband and I just had a baby girl in Oct. 2010. We had her IVF and were blessed with success the first time.  I was 41 when I delivered her.  When I expressed fear to my wonderful ob/gyn she said if she was forty she would have another baby, not to worry.

I am so grateful for my children. However we are considering doing it again so she doesn’t have to grow up without the joy of a close sibling and because we have enjoyed every minute of this life changing event, God has blessed us. Her brothers are crazy about her and she loves them, but they are so much older and are leading their own lives.

Interested in some feedback from anyone who has done IVF twice. I am worried about birth defects. I wouldn’t want to be unfair to the little one.

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Posted 7 March 2012

Kiran, 45, India

I have been TTC since 3½years. My husband is 59 and not very keen though but I am quite keen to have a baby of my own.

I am not open to the idea of donor eggs but now have become more accepting to the idea of frozen donor sperm.

Just a bit of info: About 16years ago I had an induced abortion due to an unfortunate turn of events and the baby was not of my husband as I was not married then.

So I think I am suffering from secondary infertility, but this I am saying because I am assuming my husband's sperm count is good though he has never tested it.

I am wondering if any of you ladies have tried IUI with frozen donor sperms at 45years age and succeeded?

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Posted 23 February 2012

Maria, 54, Brazil

I am 54-years-old, Brazilian, and have a great dream: becoming a mother. So I would like to make friends and exchange experiences with women who were or are trying to be mother. Currently I live in Brazil, but I have lived in Sweden and also have Swedish citizenship. I really like making new friends, especially with people who are in the same boat as me.

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Posted 6 February 2012

Stella, 41, California, US

I'm 41 and got pregnant (accidentally) at 40. At 8 weeks there was a heart beat.  At about 9 - 10 weeks, there was no heartbeat.  I passed the pregnancy around 12 - 13 weeks.

We then started trying again and have not had any luck for about a year now. 

We are planning to start IVF in the next few months.

I would love to have an opportunity to write to any or all of the women above, so I can give and get encouragement.

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Posted 1 February 2012

Anne, 39

I turned 39 on 30th December 2011.  My partner and I do not have any children so would love to become parents.  Before I came across your site I was so put off by all  the negative opinions of so called experts that I nearly gave up!  I did fall pregnant last May after our first try, but had a miscarriage. I split up from my partner and have met someone new.  My nan was 46 when she had her last child naturally, so there is hope.

I would like to chat to other mothers in my position.

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Posted 1 February 2012

Pamela, 43, California, US

I am married and I have 7 children and 2 stepchildren ranging from 5 to 24 years.  I had 5 children and my husband 2 and we had 2 together.I had a tubal ligation after my last daughter in 2006 and just had a reversal done because it had dramatically affected my health.  I am less then two weeks post op and thinking a lot about the possibility of pregnancy.  I have mixed feelings.  Sometimes I think no way, I am too old and I finally put my last child in school!  Then sometimes I think of how great it would be.  My hormones are going to take a while to regulate and we can't even try until after the middle of March to conceive if that is our desire.  I want to honor God and trust in him for my family size but I am scared at the same time.  If any of you relate to the feeling of fear I would love to talk with you.  On top of all that I am a grandmother to one baby girl and I am sure there will be more coming soon.  I have decided to treat my body as though it were going to conceive and start exercising, eating better and taking vitamins just in case.  As with many of you, my family and friends who know I can now get pregnant think it's crazy, but I am used to that having already had 7 kids. 

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Posted 30 January 2012

Rachel, 46, Melbourne, Australia

I have been trying to conceive since 2009 with my second husband. I am 46 and he is nearly 30. We have tried ovulation induction with no success. Doctors have said  I might have chance with IVF or donor eggs but my husband will not agree to these. I have been trying acupuncture and Chinese herbs since June 2011. I have also started to take amazon herbs for last month but still no luck. I would like to meet other mums who have been TTC like me.

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Posted 5 January 2012

Shelley, 41, Ontario, Canada

I am a 41-year-old woman and my husband had a vasectomy reversal last June. I have 4 previous children and he has 1. We performed the at home spermcheck fertility test and it was positive. I have started taking Fertilaid for women. We seem to have several things in our way - the Vas reversal and the age factor for me. I'd feel much more confident if I knew anyone was once in the same boat as us, and had success. His vasectomy was 18-years-old; however, we did have the microsurgery and it seems to have worked, though we don't know about motility.(he won't get a test performed at a clinic).

I used to get pregnant so easily - too easily, so this is getting very hard to wrap my head around. I still have periods to the day so menopause hasn't reared its ugly head yet.

Please help - some reassurance would be greatly appreciated at this point.

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Posted 5 January 2012

Sheri, 47, Jacksonville, Florida, US 

I am a 47 year old mom with 3 children, aged 19, 8 and 5. I had my tubes tied in 2006 with the birth of my son at the age of 42. This past month, I skipped my period for the first time ever outside of a bonafide pregnancy. While I am thinking that my symptoms could be 'early' menopause, all that I know tells me that I am pregnant. I have all the classic signs of pregnancy, including 'morning sickness' which is a daily routine. If you are an older mom who has had your tubes tied, but God had other plans for you, I would love to hear from you. I will be making an appointment with my doctor this week.

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Posted 3 January 2012

Katerina, 41, Czech Republic

I am interested to write and contact with other ladies hoping to be a mother after 41 like me.

I am aged 41, from Czech and my husband is Persian, aged 32. We are very happy together and have been trying for a baby for the last 5 months. I feel every month many emotions and am disappointed after seeing no result, especially because I am running out of time.We are both healthy. Any advice or experiences?

Wish good luck to all of you.

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Posted 29 December 2012

Kirsten, 51, New Mexico, US

Hi, I had my first wonderful daughter just after my 50th birthday and am now pregnant from a donor egg at 51. I had a wonderful uncomplicated pregnancy. This time I am a bit more conscious of my age and want to establish a strong support system with some other women.  We live in the country and want to rear our children in the influence of nature.  Can anyone out there relate to this?

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Posted 21 December 2011

Aleia, 38, Pittsburgh, US

I love pregnancy and childbirth, child rearing.  I will be 39 in February 2012.  I would love to be penpals with anyone who is willing.   I am not pregnant now, but I have 3 children ages 2, 8 and 12.  I want two more children.  I hope God will bless me to have two more and take care of all five!!!!

Sincerely, I love family.  Children make the world a better place.  Moms of all ages need support and encouragement to remain calm and endure!!!

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Posted 19 December 2011

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