I have a question and if anyone can answer it it I would be most grateful. My husband and I have struggled with infertitlity for 18 years. We have a beautiful daughter we adopted but I have always anted to experience the miracle of being pregnant and giving birth. Due to several female issues, I had an ablasion 3 years ago, which means I no longer have a period but have everything else. Although we are both in our mid 40's, IVF is now an opportunity we have that we did not have earlier in our lives. The doctor informed me last week, though, that with no uteine lining I would be unable to carry the child. My question is that recently a 60 year woman gave birth to twins after undergoing IVF. I am assuming if she was 60 she no longer had a period either and therefore no uterine lining. Any ideas on this? We have the financial resources now t pursue many options but I feel as though the doctor has completely closed us off. Any suggesstion or answers will be appreciated!
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