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Conceiving At 47 with IVF: How To Prepare Naturally

by Randa
(NSW, Sydney)

I am 47 years old, I should go through IVF what should I do or take?

How To Prepare for IVF

You can get pregnant at 47 with IVF depending on your state of health, your hormone levels and most importantly the health of your eggs. In order to increase your chances of successful IVF treatment you need to be able to produce high quality eggs.

Your fertility specialist will assess your case and tell you if IVF is going to be the way to go based on your egg reserve or if you will need an egg donor.

There are a number of important vitamins that support healthy ovulation and help increase ovarian response and egg quality naturally.

The main are Vitamin C, E, L-Arginine and CoQ10. This kit provides excellent support for those women who are in need to quickly improve ovarian reserve.

It takes approximately 120 days for your ovary to select and mature an egg for fertilization. So it is important to take at least 3-4 months to prepare for your IVF treatment in order to increase your odds of success at any age but especially if you are 47.

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