Who is the oldest person to have a baby and who is the youngest
Peruvian five-year-old Lina Medina is the youngest. Khurshid Bibi, 80 found herself pregnant in March 2006. Thank you! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/who-is-the-oldest-person-to-have-a-baby-and-who-is-the-youngest ]
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- The youngest confirmed mother was a five-year-old Peruvian girl. Thanks for using ChaCha!
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- The youngest mother on record was a five-year-old Peruvian girl.
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- UMN that was a pretty assanian thing to say BrewerB people make mistakes and other scenarios happen what a jerk… anyway the girl was 12 or 13 she was in my class and she was picked up from her bus stop and raped and too ashamed to tell an…
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