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Many questions on whether a woman at the age of 50 can get pregnant, have always been asked by many people simply because at this age many women do not even experience any form of menstrual periods at all. This age is often referred to as perimenopausal age. However, pregnancy here requires a lot of concentration on various items that will pose threats to the mums aspiring to get babies at this late stage.

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Bebe Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2013 5:31:42 AM(UTC)
My fiance and I are older Im 54 hes 47. He wants children and Ive wanted another child for 25 years. I am healthy, active started using bio-identical hormones in 2009 and actually felt much better having a period. Using the estrodial and testosterone. and the progersterone for 15-30 days and on the 5th day had a 3/4 day lite period like clockwork. Stopped this lasst summer 2012 and will start with those hormones again soon. Is it still possible to have twins....they say after 40 many women have twins. I am ready....