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WHENEVER I tell people that my husband Ray can’t go out in the cold, they don’t believe me. But if Ray goes out in temperatures below 10 degrees, then his nose and his fingers and toes turn blue, and he is at risk of gangrene setting in, which would mean he would have to have them amputated. Ray suffers from cold agglutin disorder - a rare circulation problem that makes the blood sticky when it gets cold. There is no cure for it - apart from keep warm in winter. So from September to March, when Ray goes outside, he has to wear special battery operated gloves and socks which generate heat and keep him war, If he picks our son Ryan, five, up from school, he has to wear a balaclava - and looks just like a bank robber. But we can’t risk him losing his fingers and toes. It all started just after we got married in May 1987. We had been together for two years and had first met when I was 16. I was working as a temporary job in a factory and Ray took no notice of me. He was married and I left the job, thinking I would never bump into his again. ( xmas , christmas , cleveland , weather )
MY HUSBAND IS ALLERGIC TO XMAS !
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WHEN Abigail James lay battling for life in hospital after being by a car, doctors warned her parents that even if she survived, she may never walk or talk again. They sat by her bedside praying that she would live through the night and that they would see their four year old daughter again. Brave Abigail did pull through, but her parents feared that she would never be again the bubbly little girl they loved so much. But now Abigail has made a full recovery and astonished all the doctors - thanks to her two year old brother who has taught his big sister to walk and talk again.
TODDLER HELPS CAR CRASH SISTER WALK AGAIN
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Tiny Molly Simpson has beaten amazing odds of one in 13 million to survive after growing outside her mothers womb. When Claire Simpson went for scans at Sunderland Royal Infirmary, doctors thought the scans showed growth abnormalities - but they didn’t spot that Molly was growing in her mother’s womb.
MIRACLE 13 MILLION TO ONE BABY GREW OUTSIDE WOMB.
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‘Fatty - go home and lose some weight’, the jeers and taunts were ringing around my ears as I walked along the street. I’d been insulted for years, but it never got any easier. I was 34 stone, with a 66 inch waist. I was just enormous. I’d have a good day at work as a debt collector. I got on well with my work colleagues, and for those few precious hours I was allowed to feel normal. But as soon as I stepped out of the door, strangers would hurl insults to me until I got into my front door. And then still people wouldn’t leave me alone. I’d hear the jaunts from outside, from gangs of teenagers, and they would hurl stones at my front door. (King , diet , weight loss )
'I LOST 20 STONE AND AM NOW LOOKING FOR LOVE'
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I needed my fourth kidney transplant - and there was only one person that could help me. ‘Tracey you must take my kidney,’ said my mum June. I didn’t want to. Mum was 64, how could I possibly risk putting her through such a big operation. But she was adamant. Mum had always put herself on the line for me. She’d even risked her own marriage because of my kidney disease. But she was desperate to save me - she would have done anything to help me out.( greenaway)
MUM GIVES ME 4TH KIDNEY TRANSPLANT
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AS Barbara Johnstone battled cancer for a staggering 14 years, it seemed unlikely that she would ever fulfill her dream of being a mother. Over more than a decade, the cancer returned an unbelievable NINE times and each time, in an amazing battle to survive, Mrs Johnstone, 37, bravely fought through. She then made the risky decision to come off a pioneering cancer vaccine that she was being treated with, in order to try and fulfill her dream of being a mother.
MUM WHO BEAT CANCER NINE TIMES TO HAVE MIRACLE BABY NOT AVAILABLE FOR AUSTRALIA OR NEWZEALAND
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I couldn’t believe it as I started at the two blue lines at the pregnancy stick. It couldn’t possibly mean that I was pregnant. My husband Lee, 36, an IT specialist, and I had already had so many dashed hopes. We had been trying for seven years, it was our fifth try at IVF treatment and already lost five babies. I couldn’t go through this again another time. But there is was, a positive blue line. ‘I’m pregnant,’ I screamed to Lee as I came out of the bathroom holding the test. ( turley )
FIVE IVFS, LOST FIVE BABIES - INCLUDING TRIPLETS - BEFORE HAVING MIRACLE BABY
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AS I looked at the picture of me on holiday in Belgium, I could hear my dad’s voice ringing in my ears. ‘You really should lose some weight Kim, I’m so worried about you.’ ‘I promise I’ll lose some dad,’ I said as I bustled around making him comfortable in bed. Dad was dying of cancer, and he was desperate for me to lose weight. He was worried about my health, and so was mum. ( scragg )
I LOST FIVE STONE AS A PROMISE TO MY DYING DAD.
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I’d always felt there was something missing in my life. Like there was only half of me there. I had felt like that all my life - and then at the age of 20, mum had some devastating news for me. I knew I had been adopted when I was born, but there was something else that she hadn’t told me when I was growing up. I had a twin sister. I can’t believe that its taken 65 years to meet my twin - but we are making up for it now. ( cleary )
 I MET MY TWIN AFTER 65 YEARS.
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All I could do was scream at mum ‘just save my baby  - please save my baby. Don’t let her die.’ Mum was there with her hands underneath my legs. ‘I can feel the head,’ she screamed at me. But she was there, ready to catch my baby. When the amniotic sac slithered out first and started filling up with blood, instinctively mum knew what to do. She ripped open the sac so my daughter could breathe. ( day )
MUM DELIVERED MY BABY.
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