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by The Next Family October 11, 2009

Hey Rosy,

I did IVF when I was 31. It doesn’t really have an age minimum. But my thoughts are with you and though I know the first cycle had to get pushed back, my fingers are crossed for the second cycle. Try this blog: Babysmiling

It’s by a woman who was trying for 7 years and just now conceived twins. Having followed the last year of her struggle to these two miracles, I’m a believer in the policy of never giving up on your dreams, even if your body doesn’t seem to be cooperating

This is a shout out to etc@fierceandnerdy.com. Thank you for the support and for the great link babysmiling. I checked out the blogs at fierceandnerdy.com and enjoyed those too.


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