I took a home test this week and learned that at the age of 44 I've conceived a baby ...... natuarally! I was shocked but so grateful to God and extremely excited. I tried to conceive before but with no success. I finally determined that I would thank God for my current Blessings and live to be the best mother that I could be to the children I already have. I had bariatric surgery to get weight off and have lost 100 pounds so far. I started to focus on getting healthy for longevity! Well God had a different plan for me!
I dont mind that I've lost weight, I'm eating healtheir and really wanna do everything right for a healthy pregnancy. My first Dr's appt is tomorrow. I am so looking forward to this journey!
I FEEL SO BLESSED!!!!! Thank you Jesus for your continued Grace, Mercy and Divine Favour!!!!
I hope my experience can encourange someone else to look forward to conceive past 40.View Thread
Amen! God is so good! I pray He continues to Bless you and your husband with a very healthy pregnancy! I too and now Pregnant and I'm 44 years old. A couple of years ago while trying to conceive, I found out I was pregnant in my tubes and lost one of my tubes. I tried for a while and with no success...years later....I'm expecting! All I can say is God is so good! I pray you have a very healthy pregnancy and baby! May God Bless you!View Thread
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