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'I gave birth to my own triplet grandchildren when I was 55'A GP has told how she gave birth to her own triplet grandchildren when she was 55, giving her daughter the family she had dreamt of. Dr Tinina Cade acted as a surrogate for her eldest daughter Dr

Camille Hammond, who had experienced

infertility issues and had gone through five years of IVF treatments without success. After many rounds of IVF, Dr Hammond, then 29, turned to her mother, then 55, as her final ho

pe. In 2004, Dr Cade was implanted wit

h three embryos made from her daughter’s eggs and her son-in-laws Jason’s sperm - and all three were successful. At that point, the grandmother was the oldest woman to deliver grand-triplets. Parents Camille and Jason Hammond with their triplets Read MoreRelated ArticlesPrince William reveals royal baby update as he waits for Harry and Meghans call Dr Hammond, who suffers from

endometriosis, which makes it difficult to become pregnant, is now the proud mum of three 14

-year-olds - two boys, Kai and Aaron, and a girl, Simone. The 44-year-old mum, a GP from Baltimore, Maryland, told the New York Po

st: [My mum] is my hero. When the triplets were younger they once asked another child: “Didn’t your grandma carry you?” Dr Cade (centre) says she would do anything for her family (Image: Facebook) Read MoreRelated ArticlesPregnant teenager sleeps on sofa in mould-ridden flat despite damning GP warning Dr Hammond

said: “It was such a normal part of their story, they just assumed everyone’s like this. She now runs a non-prof

it organisation named after her mother to help families with fertility issues. The pregnancy was hard on Dr Cade, who is now 69. Dr Hammond now has

the family she had dreamt of (Image: Facebook) At one point she had to use a wheelchair to get around and couldnt walk up stairs because her bump was so large. She stayed focused on her purpose in moments of difficulty and pain. The grandmother said there was no confusion over her role once the children were born via Caesarean section, and her responsibility was to her daughter, not her grandchidlren. She doesnt think of the grandkids as her own children. She said: “What would you do for someone you love? You’d do anything. That’s part of being a loving parent. Related video: Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now Dr Cade, of Richmond, Virginia, carried the children for seven-and-a-half months before they were born in January 2005. The boys weighed 4lb 9oz and 3lb 12oz, and Simone weighed 4lb 10z. All three spent time in neonatal intensive care before they were allowed home. As she had already begun menopause, she under went hormone treatment so her body could carry the children. After the birth, she told reporter

s that she and her husband came up with the idea after watching a film about a couple in a predicament similar to that of her daughter, who was medically unable to conceive. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror O一肖中特免费公开资料91 nlineCoronavirus death toll hits 132Train station sta

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