- A 73-year-old Indian woman, Mangayamma Yaramati, has reportedly given birth to twin girls with the help of in vitro fertilization
- She delivered by Caesarian section and both babies as well as the mother are doing well
- Her husband, Sitarama Rajarao, who is 82 years old, said they are so happy about the new development and give everything to God
A 73-year-old grandmother has given birth following an in vitro fertilization and a Caesarian section, YEN.com.gh has learnt.
The woman, Mangayamma Yaramati, lives at Andhra Pradesh with her 82-year-old husband, Sitarama Rajarao.
Doctors delivered the babies on Thursday, September 5, 2019 and they are all doing well.
Hours after the babies were born, Rajarao informed BBC that they are incredibly happy about the birth of the girls.
Yaramati added that they had always wanted children and have tried so hard but were unsuccessful.
According to bbc.com, Rajaro however suffered a sudden stroke and has been admitted at the hospital.
He however said that everything is in God’s hands as they are not sure of who will care for the babies if they are no more.
Reports available however show that women from the Indian state of Haryana are becoming mothers in recent times with the help of fertility treatment.
Meanwhile, Big Brother Africa housemate, Luis Munana, has created animations to help educate children on carefully-selected topics.
Munana, who has been named by Forbes as one of Africa’s biggest game changers, said the animations are available in English as well as local African languages.
He added that he developed the concept after his group in the Big Brother House won a competition.
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