Monday, April 21, 2008
Hey, I'm not necessarily advocating that women in their 60's go through fertility treatments to give birth, but I do find it interesting that it's possible for a woman of this age to have a baby. It makes getting pregnant and having a baby over 40 seem very "run of the mill". The woman in the story below did go through fertility treatments and this was her 12th child. Read more:
Great-Grandmother, 62, Gives Birth
Friday, April 11, 2008
my site: www.getpregnantover40.com
However, I recently ran across this video from Yahoo news about a couple who naturally conceived quintuplets. What are the odds of that?
See the video here:
Rare Quintuplets Born To Polish Mum (Reuters)
Tuesday, April 08, 2008
Here is a video that was recently posted on Yahoo News. It discusses how different couples dealt with the diagnosis of Down Syndrome in their pregnancy. You may need to watch a quick ad before viewing the video. See more:
Down Syndrome Decisions
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