Jennifer Aniston, the beloved Hollywood actor, recently revealed that she had tried In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) in her late 30s and 40s. The actress, who is now 51, made the revelation during an interview with Glamour magazine in November 2020.
Aniston, who is best known for her role as Rachel Green in the hit sitcom Friends, said that she had been trying to get pregnant for years before she decided to try IVF. She explained that she had been told that she had a low egg count and that she had been told by doctors that her chances of getting pregnant naturally were slim.
Aniston said that she had tried IVF twice and that it had not worked. She said that she had felt a lot of guilt and sadness when it had not worked, but that she had also been comforted by the fact that she had tried her best.
Aniston also spoke about how difficult it had been to go through the process and how she had felt like she was on an emotional rollercoaster. She said that she had felt like she was in a “dark place” and that she had been trying to find a way to move forward.
The actress said that she had eventually decided to focus on the things that she could control and that she had tried to find joy in the little things. She said that she had also found solace in her friends and family and that she had eventually been able to move on.
Aniston’s story is a reminder that infertility is a difficult journey and that it is important to have a support system. It is also a reminder that it is possible to find joy and happiness even in the darkest of times.