When there is life, hope is not lost and things will get better one day. The only thing that is expected of somebody who is anxiously looking for something in this world is to be hardworking and support it with prayers. If such a person can do that, there will be light at the end of the tunnel. Such is the story of a 70 years old Indian woman and her 75 years old husband, who has been married for years without the fruit of the womb.
Photo: The woman and her husband
This story was reported by Nigerian Tribune, which narrates that an Indian woman had her first child at the age of 70 after agreeing with her husband to undergo IVF treatment for the last time, making her one of the oldest first-time mothers in the world. This report was well captured in the Daily Mail of the UK. Jivunben Rabari and her husband Maldhari, 75, proudly showed off their son. Many women are praying for the fruit of the womb in Nigeria and around the world, there are great lessons expecting women can learn from this story.
1. It is important they keep trying different methods of conceiving babies.
From this story, it can be deduced that the woman conceived through IVF despite her age. She has tried the method several times and the last time she wanted to give up was when her prayers were answered. Therefore, expecting women should not rely only on traditional nuptial acts, but can try new methods of conceiving babies.
2. They should never give up.
When one's aim has not been achieved, it is important you keep going and not pause. The husband is 75 and the wife is 70, many people would have believed they have reached the age of menopause and give up, but this couple did not and make sure they achieve their target in life.
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