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WHEN Clare Greig’s 25 stone bulk became trapped in the wreckage of her car after a car crash, she knew she had to take drastic action. It took four firemen to free her after the crash which happened in June 2004 as she was driving home from work. Her car had skidded off the road and come to rest in a ditch, but there was one big problem when fireman arrived on the scene to cut her free from the wreckage. Mrs Grieg, 35, was so big that her stomach was wedged firmly against the steering wheel and the seat couldn’t be pushed any further back.
GRIEG. WOMAN STUCK IN CAR CRASH BECAUSE SHE WAS TOO FAT - LOSES 13 STONE
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I was so excited to be performing on stage at last. It was at a local pub and it was my third appearance. I loved to sing - I’d sung all my life. I used to dance around my bedroom with a hairbrush singing my heart out into it when I was little. It was thrilling to be on stage, belting out hits from All Saints, the Corrs and Leanne Rhimes. But even then I could see the strange looks I was getting. For I weighed around six stone. And people didn’t want to have to watch me and see how thin I was - with my bones protruding out of my hips and chest.
GARDHAM. RECOVERED FROM ANOREXIA
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WHEN tiny Gregor Craig was born battling for life, he was so small that his father’s wedding ring fitted onto his arm. Tiny Gregor desperately fought for his life whilst wrapped in bubble wrap whilst his devastated parents prayed that he would survive. He was born when his mother Martine Craig was just 24 weeks pregnant - and he weighed a tiny 1Ib14. Now Gregor has defied all the odds and has now returned to the family home in Argyll after spending nearly five months in hospital. Mrs Craig, 29, said: ‘Gregor is one of life’s true survivors. We can’t believe that we have him home with us after his long fight for survival.
CRAIG. BUBBLE WRAP BABY
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I was shopping with my baby son Ben in our local supermarket when I looked up and woman was stood infront of my shopping trolley just staring at Ben. She shook her head in disgust and just walked off. Tears welled up in my eyes. I couldn’t stay here any longer - I had to leave. It wasn’t Ben’s fault that he didn’t look like other children his age. He was born with lots of problems, including Kabuki Syndrome, which means his face is shaped differently to other children. His face is flat, with a flat chin and nose. But what people notice most about him is his eyes. Both of his eyes are cloudy, especially the right one, which gives him a strange look. He can see perfectly well out of them, but they look so different from normal eyes, and people treat him as if he is some sort of freak.
PLINSTON. PLEASE DON'T STARE AT MY BABY
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WHEN Kelly Matthews gave birth her son Alife she didn’t expect that sister Danika would be so closely by her side. The two sisters shared a close bond and when Miss Matthews fell pregnant she expected that sister Danika Grossi would be at the hospital to help her out. But a few weeks later, Miss Grossi announced her own pregnancy, and the baby’s due date - which happened to be just three days before her own due date. Miss Matthews underwent a planned caesarian, but when she arrived a tthe hospital, Miss Grossi was already there, preparing to give birth herself after she had gone into labour three days late.. The babies were born just 56 minutes apart - much to the family’s amazement.
MATTHEWS. SISTERS GIVE BIRTH WITHIN 56 MINS OF EACH OTHER
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My husband Stephen and I were desperate for a baby, but it just wasn’t happening. I had come off the pill 12 months after we got married in June 1999, and we got on with trying to start a family. But then a year later, nothing had happened, so I went to our local hospital and the doctors gave me some tests. It showed that I wasn’t releasing eggs properly every month. So the doctors gave me some fertility drugs and I had eight cycles, but that didn’t work either.
JACKSON. 20,000 PEOPLE GAVE ME MY BABY
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WHEN Lisa Brown suffered pain in the left side of her stomach for 13 years she just thought it was scar tissue from giving birth. But when she woke in agony one morning in April and was rushed to hospital, doctors made a startling discovery. At the time she fell pregnant with their son John, now 13, another egg had been released, and had stayed at the end of her left fallopian tube. Her son’s ‘twin’ had remained in the tube for the next 13 years, and had grown into a dermoid cyst, measuring 8 cms across, with complete with skin, veins and membranes. Mrs Brown had an operation to remove the ‘twin’ cyst last week and has now made a full recovery.
LISA BROWN. I GAVE BIRTH TO MY SONS TWIN CYSTER 13 YEARS ON.
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WHEN Lauren Dixon’s newborn baby daughter refused to drink milk from her right breast, she wasn’t worried. But then when her son Josh was born two years later and she had the same problem, she thought it couldn’t be a coincidence. So she went to hospital where doctors carried out tests and made a shocking discovery. Mrs Dixon, 25, was diagnosed with breast cancer - and her babies had proved to be the two littlest lifesavers who have saved her life.
GRS DIXON THE LITTLEST LIFESAVERS
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I had a holiday booked to Thailand with my husband and I was dreading getting on the beach and baring my body. I was a massive 21 stone 4 and the previous year we had also been on holiday to Thailand and all the slim Thai women on the beaches there had put me to shame. Even on the flight over I couldn’t get the seatbelt to fasten, so I’d had to hold it together, just hoping the air stewardess woudn’t spot me. I just couldn’t go through the same hell a year later, so I decided to try and lose a few pounds before we set off. I’d always struggled with my weight, ever since I was a teenager. Even at the age of 13 I was over 15 stone and had to wear size 18 clothes. I didn’t really get teased at school because of it, so I was never embarassed about my weight then.
HILL. I LOST TEN STONE AND DIVORCED MY HUSBAND.
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WHEN Samantha Brown’s daughter was born with a birthmark stretching over the right side of her face, she didn’t hesitate to help her. Mrs Brown, 36, a school office administrator has remortgaged the family home and has spent nearly £40,000 giving her daughter a smile to be proud of. Now Ellie, ten, can hold her head up with pride and walk down the street without anyone staring and pointing at her. And she rewards her mum with the biggest smile of all. Mrs Brown, who lives with husband Paul, 36, a bank manager, and their other daughter Lauren, eight, said: ‘ We have spent a lot of money on having Ellie’s birthmark removed, but just seeing her smiling and laughing with her friends is priceless to us.
BROWN. I SPENT £40,000 GIVING MY DAUGHTER HER SMILE BACK
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