Real life. I gave birth for the first time at the age of 50. My peers already have grandchildren. It was a real miracle

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Claire Mear of Norfolk was 50 years old when her daughter Amelie was born.

 Real life. I gave birth for the first time at the age of 50. My village girls already have grandchildren. It was a real miracle

Four years ago, Claire and her husband lost their baby. Their daughter, who had Down's syndrome, was born dead at 40 weeks.

A lot has changed in the woman's life

To distract themselves from bitter thoughts, the couple organized a music festival and raised funds for a charity struggling parent after the loss of their children. But at 49, Claire was seriously thinking about trying again.

& ldquo; When I turned 49, things started to change. I have seen more mothers of infants conceived by IVF. And I had hope. Even then, however, many people did not believe the idea, and doctors said, “No, that's impossible”.

'However, I was directed to one place in Athens, Greece. My husband and I were checked and said: & ldquo; We think it will be fine & rdquo ;. And I dared. “

& ldquo; Most of my friends already have grandchildren & rdquo;

 Taken from life. I gave birth for the first time at the age of 50. My village girls already have grandchildren. It was a real miracle

Claire had two donor eggs implanted. & ldquo; We lost one in the sixth week, but with little Amelie everything was fine & rdquo; & ndash; recalls. Due to her medical history and age, Claire was in a private clinic.

& ldquo; Ultrasound in the early stages is not a pleasant feeling & rdquo; & ndash; m & oacute; wi. & ldquo; But the girl was there, grew and pushed & rdquo ;. At 37 weeks, Amelie's heart rate dropped, so Claire was admitted to the hospital and had a Caesarean section.

“She was born healthy and beautiful!”

Amelie is four and Claire is m & oacute; wi that being her mom is amazing. The only drawback is the lack of parental friends her age. & ldquo; Most of my friends & oacute; łek now have grandchildren, but you get used to it & rdquo; & ndash; m & oacute; i woman. & ldquo; It's a shame Amelie doesn't have a grandfather, but she has a lot of friends who just love her & rdquo ;.

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