hello just been reading up on medhelp site as we have been trying for 3 years for a sibling, had alfie naturaly at 39 yrs, now just 43 yrs have had no success on conceiving again, have tried ivf 4 times to be old because o my age we have better chance conceiving naturally! read you were 44 when you had your child, was it natural or ivf? do you know anyone who has conceived natuarly at my age, we are about to go down another route in august(adoption) but my husband isnt 100% for that, my best wishes melissa U.K
Just a quick note to say hi! Congrats! It is not always positive that a child born to someone older will have ds..my friend had one child at 41 and a second at 43..no problems..another had a child at 45...no problems. I had my daugter at 40.. Again...no problems....i am happy for you.. :)
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