IVF after 40 Step By Step Information

The step by step process of IVF

The miracle of ivf

The miracle of ivf

The tests, the ivf drugs, the reactions to the ivf drugs, the Doctors suggestions, the alternate therapies, the positive affirmations and meditations used, what happens on what days of the cycle, its all here. 

And its positive!  For those of you who have been feeling absolutely petrified to read information on the net for fear of it ‘bringing you down’  I hope my posts will give you the positive feeling you deserve and that is so essential for the IVF process to bring results. 

While I am not going to go in to too much detail here (I have written about it in depth in my posts) I want to assure you that the IVF process is NOT anywhere near as bad as you think it is.  Its true that each person experiences things differently, but from my personal IVF adventure, I found the process to be very straight forward  and not at all painful. It is really OK.  Really.  Relax! 

Yes it is challenging emotionally and it has absolutely no guarantees, but hey tell me one thing in life that has been this important to you that hasnt been emotionally challenging..  And on the guarantee side.. apart from toasters, refridgerators and cars what else in life has a guarantee?  

This is a journey we are taking because we want to be mothers.. and we are blessed to be living in a modern age where science has developed this amazing technique to allow us this extra try.. so its worth every bit of anxiousness, fear and any other emotion that may run through our veins in this process.

Our job in this process is to be as healthy as happy as relaxed and as positive as we possible can be throughout the treatment . To participate in the process with our full hearts and to keep our minds positive.  The rest is up to life. 

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Its essential to be as healthy, as relaxed and as positive as you possibly can..

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President Obama’s vision of change reached across oceans

Congratulations America, may this be the dawn of a new era not only for youselves but for the entire world.

Although not an America and living many thousands of miles and many oceans away, I sat glued to the TV last night, watching, at 41 years of age,  my first American Presidential Election. 

Ive never been interested in politics before, but now more than ever I want change in our world.  I  want us all to live in a world where peace and prosperity is available for everyone and in a world where our environment is respected and cared for. 

Barack Obama’s vision that so inspired all of you, inspired me also. His message reached far outside your borders and gave me hope. He instilled in me a belief that change is possible.  

Watch victory speech Pt 2 

When the results were announced, the emotions were overwhelming. Tears of pride and tears of admiration overflowed for you, who as a nation, found your way to unite together, stand up and let your voices be heard and counted.  

Barack Obama being voted in as the 44th President Of the United States Of America was one of the most significant world events I have witnessed. Well done America!  Be proud. I am very proud of you. Today on this most historical of days,  you gained in me a great new fan of the american people.

May this be the dawn of a new era in the way our world takes care of its people and its environment.  With a strong, sincere and caring leadership, its possible. May President Obama lead the way and inspire other nations to follow and may we all accept the responsibility to do our share.


Barack Obama acceptance speech for his party’s nomination for President and speaks to the 2008 Democratic National Convention.