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Post by Guest on 13.11.10 20:18

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Mother, aged 72, considering a sibling for her five-year-old daughter


A 72-year-old woman who gave birth aged 66 is considering having another child and becoming the world’s oldest mother once again.

Adriana Iliescu became the world's oldest mother in January 2005 when she gave birth to Eliza Photo: BARCROFT








By Rebecca Lefort 11:16AM GMT 13 Nov 2010

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Adriana Iliescu said fertility trials in England involving a 70-year-old woman had inspired her to believe that it would be possible for her to have another child.

The Romanian became the world’s oldest mother in January 2005 when she gave birth to Eliza, but she has since been beaten in the record books by Rajo Devi, a 70-year-old Indian woman whose daughter was born in November 2008.

Ms Iliescu, a writer and part-time university lecturer in Romanian literature, who lives with Eliza in a two-bedroom flat in Bucharest, told The Daily Mail: “Medically, it’s possible. I understand there are trials going on with a 70-year-old woman in England, so it could be done. I am fine and healthy and I think it would be possible to have another child in the future, but I’m not in a rush at the moment.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8130935/Mother-aged-72-considering-a-sibling-for-her-five-year-old-daughter.html
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Post by laurie on 07.01.11 18:20

That woman will maybe not live to see the child she already has grow up so why the heck would she want another baby? Words fail me i am afraid

Actually it is sick imo
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Post by kangdang on 07.01.11 18:29

Good luck to her if she can conceive the child naturally.

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Post by theolivebranch on 07.01.11 19:40

In my opinion she isn't considering the resulting child and it's future, it's just something that she wants to do.
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Post by kangdang on 07.01.11 21:14

Romanians typically have incredibly strong and supportive family networks, I am sure the mother and children are well looked after. No doubt this will continue in the mother's death.

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Post by littlepixie on 07.01.11 21:52

There is no way I would bring a life into the world knowing that I wouldn't be there to take responsibility for it until it was old enough to fend for itself. I don't think it would be fair on the child having to face my death. I would rather look after other peoples children who cannot live in their own homes for one reason or another.
That is me though, this lady obviously thinks differently.
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Post by aiyoyo on 19.01.11 6:22

@kangdang wrote:Good luck to her if she can conceive the child naturally.

Did she conceive the last one naturally?

I wouldnt have thought so.
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Post by aiyoyo on 19.01.11 6:26

@kangdang wrote:Romanians typically have incredibly strong and supportive family networks, I am sure the mother and children are well looked after. No doubt this will continue in the mother's death.

Things have changed even in Romania although maybe at a slower pace.

But I would imagine she has family networks to rely on ...if she's thinking of another sibling for Eliza.

Leaving her money without family network is useless if she's only young and not independent.
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