Odds of pregnancy at 43

It is ten times harder for a woman to become pregnant at 43 than at 37, doctors have warned.The rapid speeding up of a woman’s biological clock means that by the time she is 43, she will need to go through 44 eggs on average to produce just one normal embryo.
Researcher Meredith Brower said that the number of eggs needed for a viable pregnancy rises ‘almost exponentially’ after 42, and urged women to freeze their eggs without delay.British experts said that while, ideally, women would have their babies in their twenties, the realities of modern life mean many have no choice but to wait.

However, some commenters here at Babble’s Being Pregnant blog have taken issue with that assessment, saying that I am overstating the unlikelihood of my current knocked up condition.
I’m curious to hear what you think, because to me, I feel like the odds of this having happened are astronomically low.

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