With all the daunting statistics of women 40 years old and older having miscarriages or giving birth to unhealthy babies at this age or older, the thought of even trying can be terrifying. And the lack of support from family or friends is even more discouraging.
However, after naturally conceiving and giving birth to healthy baby boys at 41 and 43 years old, Tamika made it her mission to create a community to support and encourage other women as they navigate their own "Pregnancy After 40" journeys and experiences because she knows how it is to feel anxious throughout the entire process.
That mission led to her:
*CREATING the "Pregnancy After Forty Private Group" on Facebook which has grown to over 10,000 members, with women from literally all over the world. The group features multiple weekly birth announcements, member questions, support, and encouragement every single day;
*HOSTING the "Pregnancy After 40" podcast (which can be found on all major podcast platforms.); and
*WRITING "40+ Fertility Tips for Women Over 40."
In this easy-to-read book, Tamika shares Fertility Tips specifically for women approaching or over 40 years old to increase their fertility and chances of having a baby. These tips are based upon not only her experiences but the experiences of hundreds of other women who have successfully had babies in their 40's, either naturally or with medical assistance. So, whether you are a woman who is near or over 40 years old, and:
* Thinking about conceiving;
* Actively trying to conceive a baby;
*Been diagnosed with Unexplained Infertility; and/or
* Trying to get pregnant naturally or with medical assistance (IVF, IUI, Egg Donor, Sperm Donor, etc.)
then this is the book for you and anyone else you know who is in the same place. These tips not only help increase your chances of getting pregnant, but they also increase your life expectancy overall!
Originally from Connecticut, Tamika Michelle Johnson is an Attorney, Author, Work-Life Balance Strategist & Speaker. She received her B.A. from the University of Georgia and her J.D. from Southern University Law Center and has been practicing law for over 15 years. She is married with 3 children, 2 of whom she had in her 40’s. Tamika enjoys whipping up a new dish in the kitchen, traveling, tennis, and sometimes doing nothing at all!