- The Washington Times - Saturday, March 26, 2005

More info:

Books —

• “What Every Woman Should Know About Fertility and Her Biological Clock,” by Cara Birrittieri, New Page Books, 2005. This book, by a woman who had two children after turning 40, combines personal stories with research and experts’ advice.

• “Rewinding Your Biological Clock: Motherhood Late in Life,” by Richard J. Paulson, W.H. Freeman and Co., 1998. This book focuses on options for older mothers, including using donor eggs.

Associations —

m American Society for Reproductive Medicine, 1209 Montgomery Highway, Birmingham, AL 35216-2809. Phone: 205/978-5000. Web site: www.asrm.org. This professional association has information for the general public regarding conditions that cause infertility, treatment success rates and research.

Online —

• Resolve: The National Infertility Association, has information about conditions, treatments and support groups on its Web site (www.resolve.org).

• The International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination (www.inciid.org), a nonprofit organization, has research and treatment information, forums and message boards on its Web site.

• Mothers Over 40 (www.mothersover40.com), a site run by a British woman who had children in her 40s, has many personal stories by midlife parents.

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