In that article one of the women they mention as making a good choice looks like she said she used IVF and felt lucky that her eggs were still viable.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/15/ma...ewanted=6&_r=1Marcia Cross, the actress, is one of the few celebrities to acknowledge, last year in a USA Today article, that older women may use donor eggs, “which doesn’t make the baby any less beautiful or perfect. One’s own eggs only last so long, and sometimes at 43 or 44 you can have your own baby, but statistically it’s very difficult and expensive. You don’t want to wait that long.” In a People cover story published after her twin girls were born, Cross was described as having “beat the odds” of conceiving via I.V.F. at age 44 using her own eggs.
I didn't keep looking at the other women in the article. At least one other went to a fertility clinic.
Celeb Fertility | FamecrawlerThe American Academy of Reproductive Medicine would agree — by their estimate, at age 41, 29% of women are infertile.
I am in a generation that was told to wait to have kids till after college and after you have a job and after you.... And I know too many women who waited and ended up regretting their decision.