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    Over 41 and trying to fall pregnant
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    An_249241 posted:
    Hello, I am 41 years old. Have 3 children, the youngest almost 17 year old. I am with my current partner for almost 16 years but no children with him. Had a laproscopic sterilisation(tubes clamped) when my youngest was a few months old. Too much dissappointments at that stage of my life and thought well this is the end of the road for me... no more children. My partner now wants a child (and me too). Did 2 IVF's to date. In both i had 1 or 2 follicles and it did not even grow to the required size. Am at my wits end now as this is causing strain on my relationship as well as our pockets. Any advice what to do next...
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