A 50-year-old lady’s dream finally becomes true as she gives birth to her first child.


Susie and her spouse battled to have a baby for more than ten years. They attained their dream at 50 and 61 as Susie gave birth to her first child.

After struggling with infertility for a long time, Susie Troxler was overjoyed to become pregnant. You may feel fatigued at parenting a child at 50, but it’s different for a person who has faced infertility for many years.

Lily Antonia Troxler, the daughter of Susie and Tony Troxler, was born on September 29, 2021. At the period, the mother was 50, and the father was 61.

No more choices.

Before realizing that having a child was simply out of the question for the couple, the Troxlers tried for more than ten years.

The couple, who had been together for thirteen years until Lily was born, had not even thought about fertility treatments. It was since, like many others, they weren’t aware of what alternatives were accessible to them.

Susie Troxler said on Good Morning America, “We simply expected we’d have a baby when we were engaged, but then it didn’t really happen.” However, given that we are both quite traditional, no one even mentioned or considered in vitro fertilization (IVF), as it didn’t even exist when we were kids.

This might astonish you that it required Susie years for an Obstetrician to inquire about her medical conditions.

The first time an Obstetrician questioned her, “Is there anything more, any worries or doubts?” Susie was in her late forties.

Susie Troxler was blindsided, but she seized the chance to inquire regarding her infertility. Susie was shocked by the answer.

I replied to her that we had not really given birth since she had inquired about it, and she responded, “Okay, let’s work on it.”

Susie’s problems came clear once she was recommended to a reproduction endocrinology specialist.

Fibroids, which are benign tumors that develop in the uterus’s wall, was identified in Troxler. In January 2019, she had operations.

However, it didn’t follow that having children would be simple. Susie’s old age and various medical issues on her hubby’s side were still factors to consider.

In-vitro fertilization was the first method the Troxlers were urged to attempt. Unfortunately, the couple just wasn’t successful in creating a healthy embryo.

They tried egg donors after that. However, the resulting embryo will not attach to Susie’s womb. The covid-19 outbreak then delayed their preparations for over 10 months.

There was still a single preserved embryo available for testing. And it was the last opportunity. Finally, it succeeded in February 2021!

Susie and Tony were astounded that their desperate attempt had succeeded. The pregnancy was described as “mysterious.” They felt delighted, too.

Difficulties are typical for someone her age. But the couple was successful.

The Troxlers did become mom and dad on September 29, 2021, following a scheduled C-section. Obstetrician Dr. Carolyn Harraway-Smith, with whom Susie first began her journey by requesting her to express her thoughts and worries, was bedside throughout childbirth.

Regarding the birth, Harraway-Smith remarked, “That was a lovely, thrilling and serene event. Everybody in the delivery room was ecstatic, and Susie gave birth to a gorgeous baby. She was born fit and comfortable.

The devoted couple couldn’t be pleased to have their baby home, even if it means less rest than ever. They welcomed baby Lily into the world happily and well.

No matter how old they are, in my opinion, children always show up once they’re meant to. We consider it to be precisely as it was intended to be. She’s our perfect angel, the new mother declared.

To read a charming conversation with the new parents, read down further.

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