You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally


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Sunday, December 31, 2017


Miscarriage and Stress Hormones

I have read some pretty convincing articles that link stress and miscarriage such as the one below. Women who are trying to concieve probably underestimate the importance of reducing their stress. Evaluate your life, if you are trying to conceive, try to create a more tranquil environment.Read more:
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That's according to a study published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The study shows that miscarriages during the first three weeks of pregnancy were nearly three times as common among women with high cortisol levels, compared with women with normal cortisol levels.
Among the findings:

Miscarriages were 2.7 times more likely among women with increased cortisol levels.
Miscarriages happened after an average of about two weeks of pregnancy.
90% of women with high cortisol levels miscarried in the first three weeks of pregnancy.
33% of women with normal cortisol levels miscarried in the first three weeks of pregnancy"

from webmd

Wednesday, December 27, 2017


Recurrent Miscarriage - Pregnancy Over 40 Still Possible

The odds are in your favor, even if you've suffered multiple miscarriages.
This study looked at women who conceived naturally and found that of those who had two or more miscarriages, 65% went on to have a baby. Read more

Researchers have discovered it can take between four months to two years to get pregnant naturally
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after losing a baby. This is not much longer than the time it takes women without a history of miscarriage, and nearly two thirds (65 per cent) will have a live birth...___________
...The research on recurrent miscarriage by the Centre for Reproductive Medicine in The Netherlands is the first to investigate conception in women who lose more than one baby.

The findings were based on 251 women who had all had at least two miscarriages in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy.

Dr Stef Kaandorp, who led the study, said: "We hope our study will give hope to women with recurrent miscarriage and encourage them to keep trying for the baby they want so much." 


Saturday, December 23, 2017


Miscarriage During The Holidays

I had a number of miscarriage right around the holidays.  A couple of them were around Christmas, and one close to mother's day.  Wow, talk about rubbing salt in your wounds.  I remember putting on a stiff lip because there were a few times we didn't even tell people we were pregnant (for the very reason that I was afraid I would miscarry.
Holidays are hard enough when you're trying to conceive and throwing a miscarriage into the mix is
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almost too much to bear.  The article I've posted below deals with losing a child and dealing with the following  miscarriage. 


• Try to get enough rest
Emotionally, physically, and psychologically it is draining. You need every bit of strength.

• What you choose to do the first year you don't have to do the next.

• Try something different. One possibility for the first year may be to visit relatives, friends, or even go away on a vacation. Planning, packing, etc., keeps your mind somewhat off the holiday and you share the time in a different and hopefully less painful setting.

• How do we answer, "Happy Holidays?" You may say, "I'll try" or "Best wishes to you." You thing of many answers that you don't say.

Thursday, December 21, 2017


Pregnancy Over 40, Vanishing Twin

You may have heard the term "vanishing twin" which is when a pregnancy starts out with two fetuses but reduces itself to one.
 This article, although technical in nature explains more:


With the advent of ultrasound, early loss of a member of a multiple gestation has been identified4,5
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and has been described as “the vanishing twin”6 or the “vanishing twin syndrome”7. The vanishing rate has been reported as being as high as 71% of twin gestations diagnosed sonographically before the 10th week of gestation8. When twins were diagnosed between weeks 10 and 15, the loss rate was 63% in this same series. In the 79 patients whose multiple gestation was diagnosed after the 15th week of gestation, the loss rate was 0%. Robinson and Caines reported a similar loss rate of 53% when twin gestation was diagnosed in the first trimesterfrom:

Tuesday, December 19, 2017


Chromosomes, Miscarriage, and What You Can Do 

Here is a great article by a geneticist who gives excellent information about chromosomal problems and it's important to make changes before you try to conceive.
It's interesting to note that many chromosomal problems are directly related to our lifestyle and exposure to toxins.  Read more:

Chromosome Abnormalities, Miscarriage, Age And Lifestyle

Guest Post By Judy Ford
All our cells have chromosomes which carry the blueprint for our structure - arms, legs etc - and for their function. Chromosomes are made up of DNA and protein. Chromosomes can be abnormal in
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three ways: there can be a gain in number, a loss in number or a change in structure. Almost all chromosome abnormalities cause serious problems. Most of these problems are lethal so that the cells carrying the abnormalities die. For this reason, most embryos carrying chromosome abnormalities die in the first few weeks. Chromosome abnormalities are the major direct cause of miscarriage.


Many couples who have a miscarriage are told that the laboratory tests have shown that there is a chromosome abnormality. This sounds very serious doesn't it? It is serious and these problems can lead to the birth of a handicapped child. Usually, however, the couple is completely normal and the chromosomal abnormality has only occurred in the gametes - either the woman's egg or the man's sperm. Occasionally the problem is present in all the man or woman's cells but blood tests can detect this.

Unfortunately there is still a great lack of understanding amongst doctors on how chromosome abnormalities arise. Doctors will usually reassure a couple who has normal blood chromosomes that the problem in the embryo will not reoccur. This is bad advice. I have spent many years studying the causes of chromosomal abnormalities in miscarriage and have proved that the problems occur because of problems in lifestyle. Until these are corrected the problems in the eggs and sperm can remain or reoccur.
Chromosomal abnormalities in miscarriages usually occur because either the man or woman has been exposed to chemicals or one or other of them has a dietary deficiency or a bad habit of some type. Bad habits include not drinking enough water, taking drugs, having too much alcohol, smoking heavily and in the case of the man, exposing his testes to too much heat. Infections, both of the common flu variety and of the STD - sexually transmitted variety - can also be involved. Viruses can break chromosomes in exactly the same way as chemicals, radiation and serious dietary deficiencies. Aging itself is associated with changes in body functions that cause a woman's eggs to misdivide.
Most people reading this article would know that the normal number of chromosomes is 46. So how can this change? The answer lies in the process of fertility and conception. Fertility in both the man and the woman involves a special form of cell division - called meiosis - in which the chromosome number is halved. Sometimes this very specialized division process makes errors and one or two chromosomes end up in the wrong place. The resultant egg or sperm then has one or two extra chromosomes. Fertilized eggs that result from eggs or sperm with extra chromosomes usually miscarry although those with an extra copy of one chromosome 21 might survive with Down's syndrome.
The other problem that can affect chromosome number is delayed ovulation. When the egg is over-ripe it can be fertilized by more than one sperm. In such cases the fertilized eggs has one or more extra sets of chromosomes. Fortunately, this problem can also be overcome by correcting poor diet and lifestyle.
If you have had a pregnancy in which a chromosomes abnormality was detected but you, yourselves are normal, make sure that you take the time and effort to correct your lifestyle. You will find a detailed lifestyle evaluation and specific advice on my websites. Once you adopt a healthy lifestyle, you will be rewarded by feeling much healthier and hopefully also by giving birth to a healthy baby.
Dr Judy Ford is an internationally respected geneticist who has undertaken considerable research into the causes of miscarriage. Her research has shown that most problems are preventable through changes to healthy lifestyles and healthy habits. More information can be found on her websites and
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Saturday, December 16, 2017


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I had many ultrasounds when I was trying to conceive.  Since I suffered from recurrent miscarriage, when I did get pregnant, I frequently had ultrasounds to see if "this one was going to make it".  When I finally got pregnant with my daughter, I didn't even go to a doctor until I was about 8 weeks along because I didn't want more discouraging information...and wouldn't you know it, that was the only pregnancy that progressed normally.  However, if you have had an ultrasound and they tell you that you have a small gestational sac, what does that mean?
First, a small sac may just mean that the pregnancy was not dated correctly.  Many women's cycles
can be unpredictable and the pregnancy may not be as far along as originally predicted so the sac is appropriate given the correct date.  Many early pregnancies that have a small sac go on to develop normally.
However, it the pregnancy is dated correctly, a small sac could mean that the pregnancy is not progressing as it should  This could be due to low progesterone levels among other things.
On ultrasound, around 6 weeks, there should be a fetal pole and heartbeat, and if these are not present, the fetus may have never developed inside the sac and the remains of the pregnancy will eventually expel.


Wednesday, December 13, 2017


Can You Predict Miscarriage With A Blood Test?

If you've never heard of macrophage inhibitory cytokine 1 (MIC 1), you're not alone.  Apparently, when levels of  this placenta protein are low found through a diagnostic blood test may be predictive of miscarriage. Read more:

Researchers at Monash University looked at blood samples from 300 women in early pregnancy - 100 of whom went on to miscarry.

The researchers found that blood levels of a protein called macrophage inhibitory cytokine 1 (MIC 1) were much lower in the women who miscarried.

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If the findings are confirmed, they may lead to a diagnostic blood test that could predict miscarriage, or even a treatment to prevent it. The researchers say about 10 to 15 per cent of pregnancies miscarry, with no treatment available and no way of identifying women at risk.

The study's findings, a collaboration between the Monash team and researchers from St Vincent's
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Hospital in Sydney, are published in the latest edition of The Lancet.

Stephen Tong of Monash Medical Centre's obstetrics and gynaecology department said analysis of blood samples taken each week during the women's first trimester (six to 13 weeks) showed that the levels of MIC 1 in women who went on to miscarry were 70 per cent lower.

Researchers then looked at a group of women whose blood was taken one week before miscarriage was diagnosed, and found the same low level of MIC 1.

"But even more surprisingly, we were able to identify a group who had blood taken a full three weeks before they had their diagnosis that they had a miscarriage, and we were surprised to find that levels were just about, again, 70 per cent depressed compared to normal level," Dr Tong said.

Sunday, December 10, 2017


I have recently done quite a bit of research on Feng Shui for fertility and pregnancy and I have devoted a page on my website to the subject.  First, Feng Shui means wind and water (feng = wind, shui = water). The basic goal of feng shui is to create positive "chi" or energy.  I you are trying to conceive or already pregnant, you want to create baby chi.  There are a number of design elements
that can encourage conception and a healthy pregnancy.  There are also a number of natural fertility stones you can wear that can encourage your body to balance itself and its reproductive hormones.


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