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A 22-year-old British woman who suffered two miscarriages and a failed round of IVF, learned the condition was preventing her from becoming a mother, that is, in most part, by giving the uterus an “acid bath,” she states.
Callie Hayes, of Kent, was on the South West News Service (SWNS), is a British news agency, that she was finally diagnosed with hydrosalpinx, a condition in which a woman’s fallopian tubes are blocked with fluid, according to healthline. The fluid is leaking into her uterus, and ultimately prevent the occurrence of the embryos in the correct manner, from the implant.
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Callie Haye’s swollen fallopian tubes.
“Hearing that I had this disorder, I have never heard of it, it was absolutely terrifying. After two miscarriages and a failed round of IVF, but it was also a bit of a relief to finally have an answer as to why I would be struggling to get pregnant for three years,” Hayes, who had long dreamed of becoming a mother, told the outlet.
Hayes added: ‘the Doctors have described it to me as if the fluid was causing my uterus to be an acid-bath of each month, so I was essentially poisoning my unborn baby due to an accident.”
Hydrosalpinx may occur as a result of a sexually transmitted infection, ruptured appendicitis, and endometriosis, among other reasons. Delicate thing we’ve made is impossible to say what is the cause of the disease in her case.
Ben Hayes, of 28, with Callie Hayes, a 22, holding the newborn Bear.
Treatment options for women diagnosed with hydrosalpinx may vary, but usually include surgery to remove the affected fallopian tube, sclerotherapy, or for the repair of blocked fallopian tube, according to healthline. Hayes has been chosen to have her left fallopian tube was removed.
“I was heartbroken,” she said of her diagnosis. “The only way to stop the fluid completely, before the removal of the damaged tube at all, which is, of course, would it reduce my chances of getting pregnant are. I was worried that I may never have my dream of a baby, but there was still a glimmer of hope, and I just had to grab it and pray for it.”
The surgery was a success. Hayes told the SWNS of her fallopian tubes was swollen to about ten times its normal size as a result of the damage, and the amount of the liquid on the inside of it.
Callie Hayes and baby Bear.
A few weeks later, Hayes was pregnant. In May, she gave birth to a healthy baby, but she and her partner, Ben, is the name of the Teddy.
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“I’m so glad that I had a surgery to remove the tube, because in two weeks, I was pregnant with our beautiful little boy,” she said. “Teddy is our miracle baby, and he’s just the most wonderful little guy and is always making us laugh with his cheeky grin on his face.”
“I thought that my diagnosis meant for my dream of becoming a mother were over, but now that Teddy’s here, and Ben and I are the happiest we have ever been to,” she added.