Yes, it’s possible, but the chances of success are low if we use the woman’s own eggs. At age 45 the pregnancy rate with IVF treatment is around 1 in 100 or 1%, and miscarriages are more common in this age group, so the live birth rate is less than 1%.
A woman over 45 is much better off with IVF using an egg donor. Pregnancy and live birth rates vary from clinic to clinic, and with using fresh donor eggs or frozen donor eggs. In our practice we aim for at least a 75% success rate with fresh donor eggs, and we have been into the 80’s success rate for the last three years.
You should also check with your own clinic, as some have age cutoffs for IVF with your own eggs, such as not allowing IVF with your own eggs over age 43, or over age 45.