Fertility and Age: Is 45 the New 35?

Pregnant stars such as Halle Berry highlight women who're having babies later in life.
1:32 | 04/10/13

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-- is like it's -- 1990s movie scene that so many women could relate to. A thirty something Marisa Tomei and My Cousin -- worried that she's getting to multi conceived. At 46 years old Halle -- announced just this week that she's pregnant. With her second child calling it the biggest surprise of my life and actress Kelly -- send it wasn't. Basically America she was 47 when she welcomed her third child and the world with a husband John trouble. Celebrities want -- healthy career family. Life in general so. Once the career is in place an obvious shift the need to look at the family and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that -- for women in the forty to 44 year old range increased 10% from 2007. To 2011. All -- -- -- that fertility decreases of thirty. And after 45 that chance of getting pregnant drops to less than 1%. So how -- women dueling -- in. The introduction of -- -- vacation or freezing and then to also offer genetic testing for the embryos. Also have been tremendous moves forward in the field of reproduction. Desperate Housewives star Marcia Cross admits she -- donor eggs to conceive her twins. Asked for the west's mom is the word for Good Morning America beyond -- -- get ABC news New York.

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