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A 70 year old woman can still do this? This is unbelievable

God never ceases to amaze me. He really works in mysterious ways. The things he does are unbelievable sometimes.

God is God and He works all things, including your life, according to his purposes. Nothing can happen without God ordaining it. God has numbered your days and will fulfill every purpose He has for you. However, our choices and actions also really matter. He is the supreme being, creator, and principal object of faith.

It is of great jubilancy to report to you that a 70 year old Indian woman named Jivunben Rabari has given birth to her first child. She and her husband of 45 years have been trying for a baby for years but I guess it wasn't yet the right time. A woman who is 70 years old is still fertile?

For women, fertility declines with age, and this is fairly rapid after the age of 35, although it will vary for the individual. It's all down to eggs. Girls are born with all of the eggs they will ever have, and after puberty they begin to lose them as they menstruate. As you get older, you have fewer eggs, and they are more likely to have abnormalities. Most women who get pregnant after 50 use donor eggs.

A woman is never too old to have a baby until she reaches the stage of menopause, around 50 years. So, it's completely possible to have a child even if you are 50. The advancements in technologies have made it possible for women in their 40s and even 50s to become a mother.

Some of the risks of having babies in your 50s include:

• Preeclampsia (a type of high blood pressure that develops during pregnancy that can become life-threatening)

• Gestational diabetes.

• Ectopic pregnancy (when the egg is attached outside of your uterus)

• Higher risk of needing a cesarean delivery.

• Miscarriage.

• Stillbirth.

Additionally, there are risk factors that pertain to your baby. The later in life you have a baby, the higher the risk of:

• Learning disabilities

• Birth defects

• Chromosome-related differences, such as Down syndrome

• Low birth weight

Congratulations to the Rabaris.

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