“A woman welcomed a child for the first time at the age of 50 after years of battling infertility”

Susie Troxler, who is 50 years old and has battled infertility for years, has given birth for the first time at the age of 50.
Susie Troxler, a psychologist in High Point, North Carolina, gave birth to their daughter, Lily Antonia Troxler, on Sept. 29, 2021, after a decade of trying.
This will be her and her 61-year-old husband Tony Troxler’s first Thanksgiving as parents.

The Troxlers tried IVF multiple times but were unable to generate a viable embryo, so they turned to egg donation.

Susie Troxler had her first embryo transfer in late 2019, but it failed. The coronavirus pandemic broke out in the United States a few months later, in spring 2020, putting their plans for a family on wait for about a year owing to pandemic regulations.

The Troxlers chose to try their final viable embryo, a frozen embryo, earlier in 2021, believing it to be their last chance.

Susie’s pregnancy was discovered a few weeks later.
She expressed her feelings over the pregnancy by saying, “I don’t even have words for it.”

Tony Troxler described finding he would be a first-time father as “wonderful and bizarre.”

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