Can Women Delay Motherhood to their 50s?: Sexual Health Expert Discusses New Trend of Delaying Motherhood

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When award-winning actor Rachel Weisz recently announced her pregnancy, many people were shocked. However, the 48-year-old mom-to-be is part of a growing trend in this country in which women are successfully delaying motherhood into their 40s and beyond.

Sexual health expert, television host and “Dr. Oz” regular, Dr. Laura Berman says, “Stars like Rachel Weisz and Janet Jackson aren’t the only women who are delaying motherhood until their 40s and 50s. However, becoming pregnant at this age can take a bit more effort.”

New York Times bestselling author Dr. Berman points to tools such as ToConceive as important on a couple’s journey to parenthood. ToConcieve is the only lubricant on the market which has an FDA-cleared formula and is recommended for fertility enhancement.

ToConceive was created by ob-gyns in conjunction with Callitas Health Inc. The fertility enhancing gel is unlike any other fertility product on the market in that it may help encourage the woman’s body to create more of her own lubrication, which in turn may increase the activation of sperm and the woman’s chances of pregnancy.

Unlike every other lubricant on the market, ToConceive doesn’t just add chemical lubricants to a woman’s body, it may help encourage her to make more of her own natural lubrication which not only adds to her pleasure, but also may improve her chances of natural conception.

“Whether you are 20, 30, 40 or 50 years old, if you want to become pregnant, it’s important to make sure that you are using the correct lubricant,” says Dr. Berman. “It’s a simple yet effective way to ensure that you are doing everything possible to ensure a happy outcome.”

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