13.06.2015

Chances of healthy pregnancy at 42

Sarah Briggs, a former senior manager for Watford Council and British Waterways, who is married to David, a 38-year-old accountant, and lives near Carlisle, Cumbria, says she’s had no problem at all getting pregnant in her 40s. Aging: Women aged 40 to 42 typically has a low chance of becoming pregnant with IVF and is unlikely to conceive naturally.
I had achieved my career goals, and am a more patient, settled and self-assured person.‘My priority now is to stay healthy for my children. Baby Rhiannon is now 14 months old and Jessica says they would like to try for more children in the next year or so, but will be more laidback.‘I don’t think I would have too much problem conceiving again because I don’t drink or smoke and I’m very healthy,’ she says.
Others believe women will be unwilling to pay the extra cost.The US scientists claim their procedure is the most advanced of several being developed to boost pregnancy odds, and is the only one to have been through rigorous trials that have all shown the same high success rates.


Her youngest child, Edward, was conceived when she was 48; all her pregnancies were natural, without any fertility treatment.
A lot of the couples were over 35 and had been trying to get pregnant for ten years.’Ultimately, she thinks it’s unhelpful for doctors to put pressure on women to have their children younger.
The wrong chromosome count reduces the odds of pregnancy – or ‘implantation’ – and raises the risk of miscarriage. Only if the cells have 46 chromosomes is the embryo frozen.Some women will not have good enough embryos and will never become pregnant no matter how many times they have IVF. Claudia, originally from Yorkshire but now based in Spain with her husband Javier, 30, says each time she conceived naturally and extremely quickly, with textbook pregnancies.She feels so strongly that older women face an unwarranted barrage of negativity if they want to try for families that she wrote Right Time Baby, a guide to later motherhood.


So she has the same chances of implantation – at 60 per cent – as a woman who is 32.’Oxford academic Dr Dagan Wells, who helped develop the process, said freezing the embryo, known as cryopreservation, not only boosted the chances of pregnancy but produced healthier babies.



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