Grandma, 50, To Become Bʀɪᴛᴀɪɴ’s ᴏʟᴅᴇsᴛ Mum Of Quadruplets  After I.V.F ᴛʀᴇᴀᴛᴍᴇɴᴛ

Grandma, 50, To Become Bʀɪᴛᴀɪɴ’s ᴏʟᴅᴇsᴛ Mum Of Quadruplets  After I.V.F ᴛʀᴇᴀᴛᴍᴇɴᴛ

The 50-year-old has eight grandkids was 25 weeks pregnanct and will have a cae.sarean  birth at 32 weeks.  She Became the UK’s oldest   mum of quadruplets.

The trend toward older parenthood looks set to continue, with more women in their 30s having babies now than women in their 20s

   Tracey Britten was expecting three girls, including identical twins, and a boy after spending £7,000 and times on I.V.F in Cyprus. She said: “ In spite of with eight grandkids, if i  could,  every year I still wanted another child. I got to 50 and thought, ‘I ‘m just going to do it.’ ”
Tracey spent £7,000 inheritance on a last-ditch bid to had another child.  She and husband Stephen was expecting three girls, including identical twins, and a boy. She said her mum Pauline Smith “always wanted twins” in the family — and feels the babies are a present from her.
With the first husband, Tracey had her three children — now 32, 31 and 22 — with her first husband. But they divorce  in 2003.  After 2 years later she met Stephen and stared the relationship with him. Within a year she fell pregnant  but they chose stoping the process pregnancy  because the “time wasn’t right”.

Tracey said: “ It’s a big part of what led me to wanting another child.”

Tracey decided to use money her mum left on I.V.F abroad. She began hormone jabs  at home and in April flew to Cyprus — telling pals it was a holiday. Her eggs were extracted and fertilised by Stephen’s sperm in the private Kolan British I.V.F Center where . Four embryos  were implanted. One stopped growing and one divided to make twins. Unbelievable  could make more than one embryos

When she was  25 weeks pregnancy and set to be the UK’s oldest  mum of quads. Doctors were planning  she should have a caesarean  birth at 32 weeks, that safe for four babies. Tracey, who has eight grandkids aged from seven months to 11, has never lived with roofer Stephen. She aims to raise the quads in her rented three-bed home, with him dropping in to help. After that quadruplets were in NHS.

Professor Geeta Nargund, medical director of CREATE Fertility, said: “The cost to the NHS of looking after these early babies was likely to be hundreds of thousands of pounds. I wish her and her babies every luck.”

 

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