I WANT to have a baby

By Drum Digital
03 April 2017

I was two months pregnant. I didn’t tell anyone, nor did I consult a doctor or go to the clinic because I didn’t want to disappoint my parents.

Q: I’m a 27-year-old woman from Soweto who recently moved to Nel­spruit. In 2010 I lost a baby when

I was two months pregnant. I didn’t tell anyone, nor did I consult a doctor or go to the clinic because I didn’t want to disappoint my parents. 

Since then, I’ve rarely had a period and my last one was in October 2015. I’m married now and I’d like to find out if my condition can be corrected as

I am ready to have a baby now.

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A: It is possible to “correct” your con-dition but you will need to consult your doctor first, so he or she can assess the present state of affairs and direct you to the relevant health and wellness disciplines where you will find help.

The healing process should also involve your husband, and you will need his co-operation and commitment.

Be open and honest with him about your past so you can share the next step in your journey with him.

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