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'Pass me the ice cream' I smiled to my mum, Sian 48. Taking one last spoonful, she finally handed the tub over. I loved our girls nights in. Curled up on the sofa, pigging out on sweets and ice cream. But soon all those treats started to leave their mark. And when mum suffered a heart attack when I was 11, things just got worse. I turned to food for comfort. I'd gorge on chocolate crisps and sweets in between my unhealthy microwave meals. And now mum was poorly, I stayed with my gran Jane, 68, a lot. And like most grandparents she liked to spoil me rotten with biscuits and cakes.
TYLER. 18 YEAR OLD GIRL TOLD BY DOC - LOSE WEIGHT OR YOU WILL BE DEAD IN SIX MONTHS'
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WHEN Kirsty Brown was born without a womb, she knew that she could never fall pregnant and be a mum. When her cousinís wife Kim Rostron heard of her plight, she didnít step forward to help. She offered to be a surrogate for Mrs Brown and her husband Kevin, 27, a rugby player for Huddersfield Giants. Mrs Brownís eggs were fertilised with her husbandís sperm and were implanted into the womb of Mrs Rostron, 25. The surrogate pregnancy was successful and the coupleís son Harry was born in March this year.
BROWN. MUM BORN WITHOUT A WOMB IS A MOTHER AT LAST - THANKS TO COUSIN SURROGATE
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When my hubby Dave called me at work I had a real shock. "I'm popping to the GP" he moaned "I feel rotten". Dave, the 40 was a sporty bloke. Never saw the Doctor. Back home that night he looked awful. "My whole body aches" he grumbled. "The Doc says it's flu" But the next morning...."squeeze my hands" he said worried. They looked pale and were cold "I can't feel anything he panicked. "I've lost the sensation in my feet and ankles too"
BRACHER. ALL MY HUBBY COULD DO WAS BLINK 'I LOVE YOU'.
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THIS is the heartbreakingly poignant moment that Jennifer Lawson said goodbye to her daughter Alice. Alice had battled meningitis and doctors had said there was nothing more that could be done to help her. Her devastated parents gave permission for her organs to be used for transplant and her life support machine was switched off. They held her in their arms, waiting for her precious life to ebb away, but the most amazing thing happened. Despite doctors expecting her to die within minutes, little Alice started taking her own breaths.
LAWSON. MIRACLE OF GIRL TAKEN OFF LIFE SUPPORT MACHINE TO DIE IN MUMS ARMS - THEN SURVIVES
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A photo of my twins stands proudly on my mantlepiece. It shows two happy little girls dancing around the living room. They look identical, but peer a bit closer and one thing isnít the same. Imenís face is plastered with a smile - but her sisterís isnít. Not because she isnít happy - but because she canít smile. Iíd been so excited about my twins arriving. My husband Adel, 42, and I had been trying for a baby for five years.
AMDOUNI. THE TWIN WHO CANT SMILE.
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Finding out you're pregnant is usually such a happy moment - not for me! I was 36 with 3 kids already, and had only been with my boyfriend †Paul for 3 months. "You told me you couldn't have kids" I raged. He'd tried for years with his ex and had even had sperm count tests to find out why.
RANKIN. MY DAUGHTER WAS BORN WITH AN ENORMOUS HEAD
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Talk about a bombshell. "You'll need IVF to get pregnant" the doctor said. I had endometriosis so since I'd been 22 I'd taken the Pill so that I didn't have to suffer heavy and painful periods. But my partner James, 33 and I wanted two children, so I'd gone to see the doctor and now after investigative surgery, my dreams were beginning to crumble...
BROOKFIELD. HAVING A FAMILY COST ME £45K
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WHEN Alison Hill was pregnant with her third child, she guessed before the birth what weight the baby would be. Mrs Hill and her husband Simon, 30, had been married on the 8.8.08 - and their two older children had been born weighing 8Ib8. When her third baby Teagan was born in March - she guessed what the weight would be even before the midwives put her on the scale. And little Teagan didnít fail to go with family tradition - in an unbelievable coincidence, she also weighed in at 8Ib8 - exactly the same as her brother and sister. Mrs Hill, 25, who lives in Manchester, said: ĎI canít believe that my three children have all been born weighing exactly the same weight. The chances of it happening must be unbelievable. ĎEight really is our lucky number - as Simon and I married on the 8.8.08 and then all our children have been born weighing 8Ib8.
HILL. THE MUM WITH THREE BABIES - ALL BORN WEIGHING 8 pound 8 ounces
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THIS is the tragic family picture that they will have to remember and cherish for the rest of their lives. Sisters Ashlea, Leanne and Carys Looms all have a rare genetic disease which means they are losing their sight. It means Ashlea, 25, will no longer be able to watch her four children grow up, Leanne 24, wonít be able to see her two children, and if Carys, 22, has a baby she may never see it, as the three sisters are all going blind. As each day passes their sight deteriorates further. Ashlea and Carys already can no longer drive and they struggle to work. But they are determined to watch their six children grow up for as long as they possibly can. Ashlea, who has daughters Jessica, eight, Brooke, five, Grace-May, two, and newborn Esme, said: ĎAt the moment there is no cure for our condition. We know that one day all three of us will be blind and we make the most of each day with our children and family whilst we can.
Looms THREE SISTERS WHO ARE ALL GOING BLIND AND WONT SEE THEIR CHILDREN GROW UP
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THESE tiny triplet hedgehogs are so small that they all fit into a TEACUP. The orphaned trio were found behind an old dishwasher in a garage, and only survived after being rushed into an animal rescue centre for help. Now thanks to hours of care - where they spend most of their time in an incubator to keep warm - the trio have survived long enough to open their eyes. The hedgehogs were only a few days old when they were found behind the old dishwasher machine in a garage belonging to a couple in Western Super Mare. When they went to move the machine they found the tiny trio curled up in a pile of dead leaves behind it.
HEDGEHOGS - TRIPLET BABY HEDGEHOGS IN A TEACUP
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