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Becoming a Mother of an Angel, Just When You Lose All Hope
It was the most beautiful moment in my life when I could touch and see the innocent, angel-like face of my baby. It was unbelievable for me because I didn’t have any idea that I would finally be a mother. We were married since 2013, and from day one, my husband tried to support me in each and every field. Because of my obesity, my periods were always late. After marriage, I started taking medications to treat my irregular menstrual cycle but was unable to overcome this problem. We visited many doctors but every time, the only support I could get was that from hormonal pills. After two years of our marriage, we had already started to plan our family but unfortunately, because of my health, I could not fix it. In the meanwhile, as happens everywhere in Indian society, I became the main topic of discussion. People, including my relatives, started speaking about my infertility. I could remember a number of nights which I spent just crying.
It was by God’s grace, that I could ultimately reach the right doctor who detected that I had PCOS, and had to reduce my weight by any means. I had followed his instructions and started to take medications at the right time. Over the course of time, I lost about 15 kilos! One day at dawn, I got the news that I was pregnant! We were thrilled. Each and every month, I used to visit the USG centre to scan my baby’s development. And at last, on 21st October I became the mother of a cute little baby boy! Thank heavens. I believe that God has planned everything for us. And he chooses to give or distribute all those things at a given time. I want to say “Thank you God, and I love you with all my heart.”