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At the age of 58, with a donor egg, a single baby was born to an Austrian woman who says neither age nor conditions can stop a woman who wants to be a mother. Caroline is working."I had a life full of adventures and travel, I really enjoyed my younger years, and I always felt like having a baby once the time had flown by," Caroline begins her story on Kidspot.com.au. "In my thirties, I was a virgin, but I didn't get pregnant, and by the time I found out I only had medical help, my wife was in trouble. I didn't want to have a kid with a bad relationship, and at the time, I was very scared to be a single motherCaroline goes on to say that she didn't find the right partner for her childhood, or that her couple didn't want to have a flask. She was also scared to be an Austrian. egg donation and artificial fertilization, so in the middle of her mid-twenties she started looking for foreign opportunities. "I was looking for an opportunity not to donate an egg, but for an embryo. In the past, this hadn't even turned my head around, but it was my only chance to be a mother, "she says." Finally, I decided to go to an Indian clinic where they deal with older women. My ex-boyfriend of Bangladeshi origin, so I chose an Indian egg cell donor to make our baby look a bit like us. The sperm donor was American, I was able to choose from six men and the egg cell donor from ten young healthy Indian women. "
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