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A 74-year-old has now set the record for the “world’s oldest mom” when she (allegedly) gave birth to twins on Thursday after one round of in vitro fertilization with a donor egg. The woman, who, as a Erramatti Mangayamma, and her husband, 80-year-old Rajarao, coming from a small native american village in the East Godavari district, SWNS reported.
The hospital staff look like a proud papa, Rajarao Mangayamma to bring his new-born twins, at a press conference in kolkata.
The couple welcomed the arrival of twin girls after undergoing a round of IVF in January, her doctor claims that it is the end of their 60-year wait to become parents. Mangayamma perceived performance exceeds that of 70-year-old Daljinder Kaur, who had previously held the record for the earliest recorded age at the time of the birth, SWNS reported.
THE BABY WAS BORN 117 DAYS AFTER THE MOM WAS BRAIN DEAD AND DECLARED
The couple’s daughters were born via emergency c-section with doctors to report any complications.
The girls were born healthy, and each and every with a weight of about 4.4 pounds, the hospital said.
“It was a smooth, if there are any health complications,” Dr Umasankar, of Ahalya Hospital, she told SWNS. “Every baby has a weight of approximately 2 kg (4.4 pounds), and that both babies are healthy.”
Mangayamma, the doctor will not be able to predict major problems for the patient.
“I don’t think they will have any major problems in the post-delivery period,” he told SWNS.
The couple are reportedly undergoing a round of IVF in January / February.
This spring, the 61-year-old woman from Nebraska, made headlines when she gave birth to her own grand-daughter, through IVF, after acting as a surrogate for her son and his wife. Cecile Eledge, had acted as a substitute for Matthew Eledge, and Thus This, and with the help of a donated egg from Doughtery’s sister, Eledge’s sperm.
She gave birth to a healthy baby girl by the name of Uma and Louise Dougherty-Eledge at the end of March. At the time, her doctor and the doctor said that that age was not a factor, because of its excellent health benefits.
‘EXTREME’ GROOMING, STANDARD THE LINK IS UNFOUNDED, RESEARCHERS CLAIM
“She’s got the body of a 40-year-old, and is actually in better shape than some 20-year-old,” Dr. Carolyn Maud Doherty, the family, and reproductive endocrinologist, has told the PEOPLE of the time. “I’m pretty conservative about this sort of thing, but Cecile really turned out to be the best option. She is genetically blessed.”