How to Hold on to Hope of Pregnancy with Your Own Eggs After 40
I remember the first time I heard the term ‘geriatric pregnancy.’
I was 36 years old, newly pregnant and my RE (Reproductive Endocrinologist) called my pregnancy 2 things: a miracle (after years of secondary infertility) and a geriatric pregnancy.
At 36, I was offended. Currently at 45, the term rings with an even louder feeling…