Woman has first baby at 50 after decade of infertility
>> Read more trending newsSusie Troxler, 50, and Tony Troxler, 61, are first-time parents to Lily, who was born via a planned cesarean section on Sept. 29, “Good Morning America” reported. After one failed attempt in 2019, their last viable embryo was implanted in February 2020 and Suzie Troxler became pregnant. Read more uplifting newsOn Sept. 29, Lily was born after what was characterized as a “pretty uneventful pregnancy” according to Suzie Troxler. There had been risks due to Suzie Troxler’s age, including gestational diabetes, premature birth and fetal chromosomal abnormalities, “Today” reported. She’s our miracle baby,” Suzie Troxler told “Good Morning America.”©2021 Cox Media Groupwftv.com
Are you pregnant or trying for a baby? Everything to know as coronavirus pandemic continues
Whether you’re pregnant now or you were hoping to be in the next few months, this might feel like an overwhelming time, living through the current coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic. Time magazine recently reported that fact in an article this week about COVID-19 and how it relates to pregnant women. Yes, pregnant women are generally more susceptible to viruses, for example, the flu. It’s true that there’s limited information and published literature about exactly how susceptible pregnant women are to COVID-19, and the severity of infection. If you’re pregnant or had been trying for a baby, stay in even better contact with your doctor or health care provider.
IVF mixup: Mother gives birth to other couples' babies
CNN/Salk InstituteNEW YORK - A couple from New York is suing a fertility clinic after a woman gave birth to other couples' babies because of an IVF mixup, according to a federal lawsuit filed in US District Court. The mother, who is Asian, gave birth to two non-Asian babies, and each child was a genetic match to a different couple that was also a client at the fertility clinic, the lawsuit states. CHA Fertility claimed on its website to be one of the "premier fertility treatment networks in the world," the lawsuit states. That "confused" the couple because there was only one male euploid embryo, which was not transferred to her, the lawsuit states. One even said that when his wife was pregnant, they were told they were going to have a boy but ultimately had a girl, the lawsuit states.
Wounded vet denied IVF coverage by VA health insurance
After a roadside bomb in Afghanistan caused Kevin Jaye to lose a leg and a testicle, he and his wife Lauren turned to IVF to start a family. His VA health insurance did not cover the cost of the procedures, due to a law passed years ago tied up in abortion politics. As David Martin reports, the couple would like to see that ban reversed.cbsnews.com
First baby born through controversial IVF treatment draws attention
A breakthrough in vitro fertilization procedure is giving hope to those struggling to get pregnant. In an interview you'll see only on "CBS This Morning," Jericka Duncan introduces us to Zain, the first baby in the world to be born using the controversial stem cell technique, and his proud parents.cbsnews.com