Congratulations on your little miracle! I echo everyone saying ignore the gloom and doom stuff, the odds are still in your favour and you have already beaten the odds to get here. will keep my fingers crossed for you. :-)
BTW my great-grandma had my granddad at 45, her one and only child, and he was in perfect health all his life until his passing at 86. 45 is not too old!
Don't worry about what they say they are usually wrong, I was told it would be almost impossible to have kids due to really bad endometriosis (at 18 they said this) I got pregnant at 19, they told me she was a Miracle and that it would be almost impossible to conceive again, I was 26 when baby #2 arrived, then they said because I had had 2 kids my endometriosis should be completely gone, wrong again so they tell me I'm getting too old to have more so I should stop anyway but they think I won't be able to conceive again anyway so not to try. At 34 I get pregnant with #3 they tell me u have had 3 c-sections you need to stop now and your too old to have more anyway, also endo will fix itself (again) lol I'm now 38 and am pregnant with # 4 and they told me to give up on that cycle and think about ivf if I really want a child, I didn't give up and was pregnant at the end of that cycle!! Find another doctor Hun they really can't make a statement like that when your only about 4 weeks, were u charting at all that cycle? Do u know how far along u may be? If not then it's a waiting game but keep your chin up and hope for the very best for you and your little sticky bean
Welcome and Congrats!! They should have put you on progesterone. I would find a new doctor and insist that this be done. I never went through IVF but was given progesterone suppositories with my third child due to low levels.
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