Joy re­placed by dev­as­ta­tion

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Shop News -

It was Ms Bay­field’s first preg­nancy, and now she fears she has lost her last chance to have a child.

She said: “It’s dis­tress­ing for me to talk about. I am very up­set and emo­tional that I lost my baby. I don’t know how to put it into words. For years I wanted a child. I was told it was nearly im­pos­si­ble for me to get preg­nant without treat­ment.

“So when I was told I was I was shocked, I didn’t be­lieve it.

“But I was also pleased that it was hap­pen­ing. I was wor­ried af­ter the prob­lems started about whether I could carry my baby to full term, but I didn’t ex­pect things to go so wrong.”

It took a toll on her re­la­tion­ship with her ex-hus­band, and says that be­cause she now has an un­der­ly­ing health con­di­tion she will not be able to get in­sur­ance for pri­vate health­care.

The im­pact has been so dev­as­tat­ing that she is seek­ing ther­apy to talk about what hap­pened.

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