“This is so disheartening” – 50-year-old pregnant woman dies after 20 years of waiting to have a child

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A touching story of a 50-year-old pregnant woman, Adenike Adewusi Adewunmi, who had just lost her life has been trending online.

The sad news was shared on Facebook by a user, Rita Egwu, and social media users expressed their condolences.

According to the user, Adenike waited for 20 years to have her own child. Her prayers were answered as she finally got pregnant.

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On Thursday morning, April 13th 2023, the woman complained of shortness of breath which led to her death shortly after.

The story reads, “All Adenike Adewunmi Adewusi, owner of nikkiworld blog wanted was a child of her own. For 20 years she waited . She finally got pregnant. This morning she complained of shortness of breath and died before she could get to the hospital.”

“Her plan was to celebrate the birth of the baby with her 50th birthday later this year. May her very gentle soul rest in peace. Survived by sister, Adejoke and Toba.”

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Netizens took to comment section to express their feelings. Some reactions are shown below:

Peace Morrison said, “Getting pregnant from 35 years is termed a high risk pregnancy how much more 50s and a country with a poor medical system, God bless her soul”.

Kenuna Una said, “Chaii, may God grant the bereaved family the fortitude to bear their lost.”

Odunola Oyeniyi said, “This is so sad to read. Geriatric pregnancy comes with a lot of complications. That may result from preeclampsia through high blood pressure, which is common for older pregnant women. God’s delays are not always denial. May her soul find eternal rest.”

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Detoun Ruth Gbadebo said, “Death didn’t do this well ooooo
No Can this pain ever go away?”

Oby Ngozi Ekene-Obikwue said, “This is so sad!? May she rest on in perfect peace.”

Ehonre Patience Imade said, “Mismanagement, she is on high risk, everything is supposed to be available for her. Condolences”.

Jayne Onoko Anyanwu said, “Oh Lord, a child that will take my.life, pls don’t give to me. Her desire was good. May her soul rest in peace .”

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