Erramatti Mangamma, a 73-year-old woman from Hyderabad, India, is currently the oldest living mother to give birth through in-vitro fertilisation (IVF). She delivered twin baby girls via caesarean section, making her also the oldest mother to give birth to twins.
Mangamma’s story began when she and her husband, a 79-year-old farmer, decided to have a child after being married for over 50 years. The couple had tried to conceive naturally, but due to Mangamma’s age, they were unable to do so. After consulting with doctors, they decided to pursue IVF as a way to have a child.
Mangamma underwent the IVF process at the Care Hospital in Hyderabad. After a successful procedure, she was able to become pregnant with twins. At the age of 73, she gave birth to the twins via caesarean section.
Mangamma’s story has inspired many people around the world, and she has become an example of how age should not be a barrier to having a family. Her story has also highlighted the success of IVF as a way for older couples to have children.
Mangamma is currently the oldest living mother to give birth through IVF, and she is an inspiration to many. Her story shows that it is never too late to have a family, and that with the right medical care, anything is possible.