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63 year old Woman delivers healthy Baby in Jos after 38 years of Childlessness in Marriage (Photos)


A 63 year old woman, Margaret Davou is excited beyond measure as she welcomes a baby girl after 38 years of childlessness in her marriage.

The new mother had her daughter through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and she became the oldest IVF recipient in Africa, gave birth to a healthy baby girl at the Gynaeville Specialist hospital, in Jos, through caesarean section.
The baby girl was delivered at about 36 weeks around 10:51am weighed 3.5 kilogramme.
Margaret who is a retired civil servant, and lives in Jos South local government area stated that she had made several unsuccessful attempt in the past to conceive through assisted-reproductive health.
The surgery was carried out by Jos-based senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), Dr. Dalyop Nyango, and Consultant Gynaecologist, Jibrin Suleiman.



One of the members of the team, Dr. Kenneth Egwuda, chairman of Gynaeville, said the “woman is the oldest to achieve pregnancy at the age of 62 in Africa. Based on available records, Mrs. Davou is the oldest woman in Africa to successfully undergo the procedure and give birth”, thereby making history.
Chief Surgeon, Dr. Caleb Miango, noted that the CS was done successfully without any complication, adding that with the new technology, it is possible to achieve pregnancy at old age.
63 Year Old Woman Welcomes Baby In Jos After 38 Years Of Childlessness In Marriage
“As you can see, most of our patients have to go abroad, especially India, to achieve pregnancy. But today, we can achieve such in Nigeria and even here on the Plateau,” he said.

Plateau State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Kuden Kamshak, applauded the management of the hospital for recording such feat and achievement in the state. He promised to look at ways in which government could partner with the hospital to subsidise the treatment for women who need such services.
Her husband, Mr. Samson Davou, thanked God and the hospital management for their effort in assisting his wife to deliver safely.
Culled from The Guardian

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