Effective January 7, 2015, the IVF New England Providence office will now be located at 49 Seekonk St. While women are physically capable of carrying a child into their 40s, their chances of a healthy pregnancy decrease around age 35 with a much faster decline after 40. Stacy B., a patient currently considering egg freezing for fertility preservation, was shocked to learn that her AMH, a hormone commonly used as a measure of ovarian reserve, was reduced by 50% over a period of two years.
Elective Egg Freezing should be a consideration for women who want to preserve their best chances of a health pregnancy but are not yet ready for children.
A recent study in the medical journal Fertility and Sterility found that 40-year-old women treated for infertility had a 25% chance of achieving pregnancy using their own eggs. The risk of chromosomal abnormalities also increases as women age with Down’s syndrome being the most common outcome. At IVF New England, we specialize in helping women over 35 become pregnant with their own egg or with donor egg, if appropriate, using a treatment plan that best suits their individual needs. Using donor egg boosts the odds of getting pregnant considerably, and, that’s how most of the older celebrity moms are doing it — whether they admit it or not.
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Yet the downside of delaying pregnancy is declining ovarian reserve, which makes it harder to get pregnant and increases the risks, especially for miscarriage and chromosome abnormalities. Time is of the essence when it comes to obtaining a diagnosis and pursuing fertility treatment. This condition is characterized by a low number of eggs in a woman’s ovaries and a greater likelihood that the remaining eggs will have chromosomal abnormalities that increase the risk for miscarriage and birth defects.
On average, women have more healthy eggs at age 30 than they do at age 40; however, decline in egg reserve can happen quite quickly in any given individual.
After age 35, there is an increased likelihood of high blood pressure, diabetes, placental problems, low birth weight and preterm delivery, multiple births and still births. And, if there is a diagnosis of diminished ovarian reserve, it needs to be made swiftly so effective treatment can quickly follow. EmbryoSelect™ Aneuploidy Screening is available for genetic testing to identify chromosomal abnormalities of this type. In vitro fertilization is an important option for older women with very good success rates. For women in their 40s who elect eggs donated by women in their 20s or early 30s, the chance of a healthy baby is consistent with the age of the egg donor. We are strong advocates of the personal, social and environmental benefits of natural parenting. After years of raising my boys as a single mom, I remarried a wonderful man who had never had a child of his own.
Five more losses, turned down for donor egg, foster care and adoption due to my age and losses - we have accepted that there will be no more babies in our house. The chances of a woman using her own eggs to achieve pregnancy are greater the earlier there is an assessment of her ovarian reserve. Among women who did get pregnant, the miscarriage rate was 24% for 40-year-olds, 38% for 43-year-olds, and 54% for 44-year-olds.
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