Women who became mothers in old age
She wants to become a mother almost every woman. For many, there is nothing better than to give birth to light his krovinochku, take care of her in every possible way to educate and guide her in this life. For many, motherhood is the purpose of life. But if for some to become pregnant and carry a child of 25 years in the cellar, the other women expect the coveted "you're pregnant!" A very long time.
Pregnancy, in any case - it is stressful for the mother's body, but if this woman is already aged, then it is not even stress and danger, both for her and for the child. I do not know how it is right to have a child, when you are far beyond 50, but judging by the ladies, which you will read below, they do not care what age to become a mother. So, today we have prepared for you a few stories about women who, despite all the risks, do decide to have a baby in the already advanced age.
When Daldzhinder Kaur gave birth to a boy in India in 2016, she became the world's oldest mother. Although she was not sure how much it really, she told the doctor, which is seven years younger than her husband, who at that time turned 79 years old. The couple were married for 46 years, but during that time Daldzhinder could not get pregnant, so she decided to take such a risky step as IVF using an anonymous donor eggs in the National Center for Fertility in the state of Haryana, which specializes in helping women who We have already gone through menopause. Daldzhinder Kaur said a few words about the birth of his son: "Everyone tried to persuade me to adopt a child, but I never wanted this. Now I have my own child. We will raise him on his feet and be sure to give him a proper education. I prayed to God that I will have my own child, and Vageguru (God) answered my prayers. "
Omkara Panvar in his youth had already given birth to two beautiful daughters, but, despite this, the woman decided to go for IVF when its age has passed for the sixth decade. Despite the presence of five grandchildren, she and her husband were desperate for her son, so that he could carry on their family business and kept the economy. Their desire to become a reality in 2008, when at age 70 Omkara gave birth to twins - a boy and a girl. Pararadi fulfilling his dream donated almost all his savings and took out a bank loan to pay for professional services. When the children were born, the joyful mother said: "We already have two girls, but we wanted a boy so that he could take care of our farm. These boy and girl - God's greatest gift to us. " Her husband Charms Singh added: "The desire to give birth to a boy was always my wife, but God has blessed us with them in their time. Now we are very grateful to God that he answered our prayers. "
By the time Janice Wolfe had a child of Adam in 2006, she already had 11 children, 20 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. 62-year-old woman from Northern California and her husband decided to have another child using IVF. Janice, who has been blind since birth, has children aged between three and 40 years, and told reporters that she was not concerned about her age. "I personally believe that age - it's just a number," 'she said NBC television. "When I became pregnant, we were all happy! One good friend of mine said: "If you feel that you can do it, do everything to carry out their plans." I think that now I'm much better care of their child, than in his youth. Now I do not work, do not feel stressed and ready to enjoy every minute spent next to my child. "
When the 66-year-old Adriana Iliescu became pregnant in 2005, its decision on the child's birth has been called "grotesque", "horrifying" and "ultimate act of selfishness" by various religious and ethical groups. Adrian was a teacher at a Romanian university and took fertility treatment for nine years, but, alas, to no avail. The woman decided on IVF and got pregnant just three. Unfortunately, two of the fetuses died in the womb, and her daughter Elise was born prematurely and weighed only 1, 36 kg. The baby had to immediately bring them to the intensive care unit and keep it there until she was strong enough. Fortunately, she recovered and grew healthy. Adrian said a few words about his future plans: "Eliza energetic and cheerful - very happy baby. She is everything to me, and nothing else matters. My child - that's all I care about at the moment. I do not smoke and I do not drink, because I want to live as long as possible. I really hope to be able to celebrate its 20th birthday, give it all I can, and quietly walk away, knowing that my girl is strong enough on their own and for this life. "