Couple Welcomes A Baby After 4 surgeries,5 IVF Cycles,1 Miscarriage And 70 Negative Tests
By Mmapeace | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 965 views
This couple overwhelmed with joy took the social media their testimony after they had welcomed a healthy baby girl into their family.
The husband identified as Jazzy Jon shared their testimony revealing how his wife endured a miscarriage, nine failed transfers,four surgeries and five IVF cycles for seven years.
As he shares the photo of the baby,he also went ahead to reveal the little girl's name to be Sofia Mary Jane.
"After 7 years 5 IVF cycles,9 failed transfers,a miscarriage, 4 surgeries,an ectopic pregnancy and roughly 70 negative tests. We are finally able to introduce Sofia Mary Jane to the world!!" He posted.
He used himself and his wife as an example and also as a source of hope to people with similar experiences.
He went on to tell people to share their story far and near. "Please share this story to spread hope to thousands of couples going through similar" Jon twitted.
Indeed,this is a miracle as people rejoices with them.
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