Extremely low, and even if she does manage to conceive, she is unlikely to complete the pregnancy. If you ask a doctor, s/he will say that even in her forties a woman is statistically very lucky if she can conceive and give birth to a full-term baby.
To get pregnant naturally you have to be menstruating, which'd be rare at 50. Otherwise it's up to the doctors and an egg donor.
if you are still getting your menstrual period there is a possibility of having a baby
yes. chances of getting a normal child is 50/50
It is possible for a woman to have a healthy baby at age 50, particularly with advances in medicine. It does carry a large number of risks with it for both mother and child, including a much higher rate of premature birth, low birth weight, mother developing diabetes and other complications.
Anywhere from 105 pounds to 135 pounds is a healthy weight
its about 50/50, but mostly depending on the skin to of the grand parents
It is possible to get pregnant in your 50's. However, the chances decrease greatly at that age since your body stops producing eggs. The chances of miscarriage also greatly increase as you get older, lowering the chances of a viable pregnancy.
For each pregnancy, there is a 50 percent chance of a boy and a 50 percent chance of a girl baby. So to answer your question the odds are still 50:50.