Rebecca Maddern talks about motherhood and reveals the only thing she wants from women about IVF

& # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39 ;: Rebecca Maddern talks about her first year of motherhood and reveals the only thing she wants women to know about fertility treatment

Channel Nine & # 39; s Rebecca Maddern welcomed her first child, daughter Ruby, through IVF in 2018.

And now the TV presenter has been thinking about her first year of motherhood, telling what she has learned about her experience with fertility treatment.

Rebecca, 41, told the Australian Women & # 39; s Weekly on Thursday that women should be aware of that & # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39; and warned that it is not a & # 39; sure thing & # 39; was for all women.

& # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39 ;: Rebecca Maddern talks about her first year of motherhood and reveals the only thing she wants women to know about fertility treatment

& # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39 ;: Rebecca Maddern talks about her first year of motherhood and reveals the only thing she wants women to know about fertility treatment

The Australian award-winning presenter was overjoyed when she became pregnant with husband Trent in 2017 because she had tried in vain to conceive for two years and had made several unsuccessful attempts at IVF.

Like many women, Rebecca confessed that she thought she was too fit and healthy to become infertile as she grew older, and thought IVF was a backup plan that was certain.

Rebecca said the biggest pick-up she has learned and wants to share with other women is: & # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Although the technology is great and can work for some women, it is not a certainty and does not work for everyone, & # 39; she said.

Success story: Rebecca (left) has been trying to have a baby for two years and several failed IVF attempts with husband Trent (right)

Success story: Rebecca (left) has been trying to have a baby for two years and several failed IVF attempts with husband Trent (right)

Success story: Rebecca (left) has been trying to have a baby for two years and several failed IVF attempts with husband Trent (right)

Proud mother: Rebecca (left) could not have been ready to become a mother when Ruby (right) finally arrived

Proud mother: Rebecca (left) could not have been ready to become a mother when Ruby (right) finally arrived

Proud mother: Rebecca (left) could not have been ready to become a mother when Ruby (right) finally arrived

When asked if she would consider having another baby, Rebecca, who is 42 in August, said she had doubts about whether she could endure it again physically and emotionally.

She said that if she had her time again, she certainly would not have waited so long to try and have a baby.

& # 39; Even though it was more mature, it was harder to conceive, I think it was good for you not to guess yourself as much as forty, & # 39; she said.

Tender moment: Rebecca (photo) said she cries every time her Ruby reaches a new milestone, which is wonderful to see when her little face lights up with a sense of achievement

Tender moment: Rebecca (photo) said she cries every time her Ruby reaches a new milestone, which is wonderful to see when her little face lights up with a sense of achievement

Tender moment: Rebecca (photo) said she cries every time her Ruby reaches a new milestone, which is wonderful to see when her little face lights up with a sense of achievement

According to Rebecca, having a more mature perspective about her maternal role has translated into a calmer and more relaxed baby.

For Rebecca, who has always been extremely career-driven, being a full-time mother has also revealed another side to herself that she fully enjoys.

Rebecca said that some of the & # 39; most beautiful & # 39; moments so far have been so surprising, such as those early morning feeds and watching Ruby climb her first step.

The proud mother even said that she cries every time Ruby reaches a new milestone that reminds her to appreciate the little things in life.

Last thought: Rebecca (photo) said the biggest pick-up she has learned and wants to share with other women is: & # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39;

Last thought: Rebecca (photo) said the biggest pick-up she has learned and wants to share with other women is: & # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39;

Last thought: Rebecca (photo) said the biggest pick-up she has learned and wants to share with other women is: & # 39; IVF is not a plan B, it is a last resort & # 39;

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