Earlier this week, 74-year-old Erramatti Mangayamma became the ‘world’s oldest mother’ by giving birth to twins.
Sadly, her husband, 82-year-old Sitarama Rajarao, suffered a stroke just a day after the birth of the twin girls.
The next day, Rajarao suffered a stroke, and is currently being treated in hospital.
At the time of birth, he said ‘they are very happy with the birth’. When asked who would care for the children in case anything happened to the parents due to their advanced age, the 82-year-old father said: ‘Nothing is in our hands. Whatever should happen will happen. It is all in the hands of God.’
It is due to the grace of God and doctors that I have now become a proud father of two baby girls. God has answered our prayers. This is the happiest time of my life.
Even though she became a mother but the eggs were not hers.
Explaining the procedure, which was done via IVF, Doctor Umasankar said:
“As she is old, she cannot release eggs so we got eggs from a donor and collected sperm from her husband.
However, she cannot breast-feed the babies. But no worries. We can feed the babies with milk obtained from the milk bank.”
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