A 72-year-oldwomanfromAmritsar,India is celebratingthebirth of herfirstchild.DaljinderKaurandherhusbandMohinderSinghGill,79,posedforphotosfortheIndianpresslastweek,proudlyholdingtheirhealthybabyboyArman.Thecouplehadbeentrying to have a babyfordecades, withoutsuccess.Theyhadbeenunder a lot of pressureduringthattime to start a family.Whilemostpeoplewouldhaveacceptedtheirfateandresignedthemselves to a lifewithoutchildren,DaljinderandMohinderpersisted in their dreaming for a child.DaljinderstartedattendingtheNationalFertilityandTestTubeBabyCentreforIVFtreatment in 2013andsuccessfullybecamepregnantlastyear.
Specialists at thefertilityclinicinitiallyhadreservationsaboutofferingDaljindertreatmentbecause of herage. Dr AnuragBishnoitoldreporters: "I firsttried to avoidthecasebecauseshewasveryweak,butthenhermedicalreportswerenormalandshewasfit to conceive." He added:"OurtrackrecordhandlingIVF in olderwomenhasbeenfairlygood,butnoteveryone is fit to conceive. In hercase,shelookedvisiblyfrailtoo, so I had to referher to a cardiologist to getclearancefortheprocedureandfor a battery of othertests."Meanwhile,Daljinder is overthemoonaboutbecoming a mother.Shesaid: "I canlivehappilynow. My life is complete."She is nowtheoldestwomanever to givebirth.
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