What are my chances of getting pregnant at 48

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. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
Her youngest child, Edward, was conceived when she was 48; all her pregnancies were natural, without any fertility treatment.

It claims that women over 30 are being panicked into believing they have fallen over a ‘fertility cliff’, when the decline is nowhere near as steep as generally assumed.'I see age as just a number. 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. 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.

From age 45 and up, natural conception has a less than five percent chance of occurring, and women may need to consult a doctor about different fertility treatments.

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