Late future mother
In the modern world, great emphasis is made on business careers that entail growth trend of "late pregnancies". The first pregnancy is more likely to occur in women after 30 than before. Another trend of the current time is the second pregnancy after 40 years and later. Parallel to this, the idea of repeated motherhood after 40 and a later age.
Pregnancy at the middle age raises many doubts, since many women in this age group has acquired a lot of chronic disease such as Middle-age motherhood causes diseases of the heart, kidneys, etc. that reduce the possibility of successful childbearing. The main problem the women of this age face is failed pregnancy because of problems with the reproductive system. In some cases, pregnancy onset and middle-aged motherhood occur owing to assisted reproductive technologies, i.e. -IVF, ICSI, IMSI, etc.
For patients over 47, pregnancy and child delivery is a very controversial issue. A positive result of such pregnancies can be achieved by women who lack serious health pathologies and successfully passed ART procedure. In most cases, patients of this age require participation in programs involving donors’ oocytes, sperm and surrogate mothers. The history includes dozens of late pregnancy cases. These cases are unique and the women are worth admiring. Women managed to get pregnant, carry their pregnancy and deliver a child without massive ART involvement. An Italian woman from Avellino became one of the most mature mothers, by delivering at her 54 a healthy girl using IVF. The global older mother’s record belongs to an Indian woman Omkari Panvar. She (assisted with IVF and caesarean section) gave birth to the twin boys at 70 years.