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Time Running Out To Have A Baby At 48?

Time Running Out To Have A Baby?   Do you feel time running out to have a baby? The image above captures well this idea that dominates fertility after 40. And burns away at the hope’s of women trying to get pregnant. We are all familiar with the fertility graphs that add fuel to the fire. […]

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Trying To Have A Baby – To Move In Same Direction As A Couple

Trying To Have A Baby   After a while, trying to have a baby may well begin to take on a sense of urgency. Especially if you are concerned about your biological clock after 40. There are plenty of articles out there on tips for trying to conceive, how to get pregnant fast and common baby-making […]

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Second Thoughts About Having A Baby At 50?

Second Thoughts About Having A Baby At 50?   Are you having second thoughts about the idea of having a baby at 50? A while back I published a related post called ‘scared donor eggs will be successful at 50’. And how to connect with your feminine wisdom when that happens.But it is totally understandable that […]

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Want To Have A Baby For Him – I’m 45

Want To Have A Baby For Him   So you want to have a baby for him? According to this research, baby fever is a real emotion and men get it too.  But are you sure that you want to have a baby for him? In another post, I explored whether having a baby at 45 […]

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Possible To Get Pregnant At 48? – Feminine Wisdom

Possible To Get Pregnant At 48?   Is it really possible to get pregnant at 48? In my research for this article, I observed that many authors on this topic seem to feel obliged to focus on the risks of getting pregnant at 48. So no need for me to follow suit there.  While this article […]

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Enhancing Fertility After Ectopic Pregnancy – Feminine Wisdom

Enhancing Fertility After Ectopic Pregnancy     Are you wondering about enhancing fertility after ectopic pregnancy? Ectopic pregnancy occurs when, instead of attaching to the lining of the uterus, the fertilised egg attaches elsewhere. Most commonly, in these situations, it implants in the fallopian tube. Ectopic pregnancy may leave scar tissue or other complications. And […]

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