Biological Clock

Women are having children later and later these days. Is your biological clock ticking? Find out how long you really have.

At Home Pregnancy Tests star[offsite link]
Very sensitive, and can be shipped to your home.

Conceiving at any age star
How can women in their 40s and some even in their 50s have babies? Odds are that they got some help, which should neither be a surprise or something they need to hide. I think we all need to know how to have the family we want at any age.

Conception attempts star
How many times should you try to get pregnant before you give up? That's a really tough question. Listen to your heart.

Donor egg and conception star
While I am all for women having options for having children, I object to the mainstream media's proclamations that women can have their own babies even in their late forties or fifties! Unless they underwent IVF when they were younger and had frozen embryos, they're probably using donor eggs.

Donor egg recipient pregnancy star
Choosing to use a donor egg for pregnancy is an option for women who cannot use their own eggs. What is involved?

Fertility is a gift wasted on the young star
It is sad but true that your most fertile days are probably when you want to be least fertile. You can push that envelope, however, by how you live.

Freezing embryos and conception star
Rapid improvements in embryo freezing have changed the IVF game. Now the option to bank a bunch of frozen embryos and still have good pregnancy rates is here.

Is your biological clock ticking? star[offsite link]

Keeping Positive star
Waiting for something robs you of time you have can you stay positive while you dream, wish and anguish over having a baby?

Life timing and conception star
How do you know if the time is right to have a baby?

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