Considering she is 37 it certainly makes sense that she is turning to IVF for some help in conceiving.
Jennifer Lopez has turned to IVF treatment in a bid to get pregnant.
Here she is pictured at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 13th.
The singer-and-actress – who is married to Latin star Marc Anthony – is
reportedly desperate to have two children and has been talking to patients
at the IVF – In Vitro Fertilisation – clinic in Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai
Medical Centre. A source told Britain’s The Sun newspaper: “Jennifer said she wanted to have two children. She said she’d recently started IVF treatment and couldn’t
wait to have a family.” The 37-year-old ‘Maid in Manhattan’ star, who recently said she would “do anything to get pregnant”, has also tried eating spinach to make her more
fertile. On her doctor’s recommendations, J.Lo has been eating the leafy vegetable
three times a day to boost her intake of folic acid and increase her chances
of conception. She recently said: “Since my doctor recommended it I’ve been on spinach
omelettes for breakfast, spinach salad for lunch and sautéed spinach with
every dinner. I guess if the spinach doesn’t help me conceive, I’ll still end up with
Popeye-sized muscles. Last month, Jennifer’s spokesman rubbished reports she was expecting her first child, after US pop star Jesse McCartney told a radio station she was
pregnant. The spokesman said: “She is 100 per cent not pregnant.”
It has to be very depressing for her.