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AS I cradled my daughter Sophie in my arms, I felt a great sense of relief. For nearly 30 years I had struggled with the eating disorder bulimia, and now I knew I could finally put it behind me. Sophie was my third baby. I’d already given birth to Joshua, six, and Molly, two, and from the moment I gave birth to Joshua I knew that I had to beat the bulimia demons that had haunted me for three decades and concentrate on being a good mum. But each time I fell pregnant again and my body swelled with pregnancy, I turned to the bulimia for comfort.
BENNER. BECOMING A MUM SAVED MY FROM 30 YEAR BULIMIA HELL
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WHEN Stephanie Munton gave birth to each of her three previous children, she knew that the next time she fell pregnant it would be a big baby too. Two of her previous children had weighed over ten pounds (4.5 kg) , and her third child had weighed in at 11Ib9. But even Mrs Munton was shocked when doctors held up her fourth child Charlie, who was born in January. He tipped the scales at a whopping 13Ib4 - after she had given birth to him naturally, with only a touch of gas and air. Her pregnancy bump had measured a staggering 60 inches across a few days before she gave birth. Mrs Munton, 41, a teacher, said: ‘I’ve given birth to all my children naturally, although with Charlie he was definitely the hardest to push out. ‘I only had gas and air for pain relief, and I couldn’t believe it when they held him up afterwards as he looked as big as a six month old baby.
MUNTON. MUM GIVES BIRTH TO WHOPPING 13 IB 4oz BABY ( 6Kg )
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IT certainly was a speedy delivery - as Iris Hurst made her way into the world at 70mph. Her mother Joanne, 31, had started her labour when partner Simon Noble drove her to hospital. But within minutes, Iris had started to make her appearance and frantic Simon hit 70mph as he dashed to the hospital to try and make it in time. But it was up to Miss Hurst’s mother Patricia to act as an emergency midwife in the backseat, as Iris decided she couldn’t wait for her dad to arrive at the hospital. As the needle hit 70mph, Mrs Hurst delivered her granddaughter, who weighed a healthy 6Ib5 on the back seat of the family estate car.
HURST. MUM DELIVERS HER OWN GRANDCHILD - AT 70MPH!
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THE BOND is strong between most married couples, but for Susan and Peter Gillespie it is stronger than most. The couple, who met whilst they were both receiving dialysis treatment whilst waiting for a life saving kidney transplant, are to tie the knot next week. The couple supported each other through a kidney transplant in order to start their married life as healthy as can be.
 KIDNEY TRANSPLANT COUPLE marry each other.
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AS little James Hickman celebrated his first birthday it is a moment of pride for two women united in a very special friendship. When Michelle Hickman couldn’t carry her own child after she underwent a hysterectomy following the birth of her first child, she desperately wanted another baby to complete her family. After numerous failed attempts to find a suitable surrogate to help her and her husband Martin, 36, Mrs Hickman’s plight appeared in a local newspaper. The article was read by Mrs Lamont, 26, a mother of three, who decided to step in and offer her help.
 HICKMAN. BABY CELEBRATES HIS BIRTHDAY WITH 'TWO MOTHERS'
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WHEN Ralph and Annalex Ardill’s son Dylan lay fighting for life after being born prematurely, the doctors didn’t know whether he would survive. He had suffered a bleed on the brain, had a hole in his heart and his lungs hadn’t formed properly. His skin was translucent and he could have fittd into the palm of his father’s hand, and doctors warned his parents that he may not survive. But tiny Dylan - who weighed just 1Ib 9 - had other ideas.
ARDILL. AMAZING TOUCH OF HOPE FROM PREMATURE SON.
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LEANNE Salt has just become the fattest woman in the world to give birth to triplets. Weighing more than 40 stone, Leanne has stunned doctors with her survival - and the healthy delivery of her triplet babies. Last week - on the lucky date of 8.8.08 - Leanne, 23, gave birth to babies Deanna at 4Ib4, Daisy at 4Ib1 and Finlee at 5Ib10. Because of her massive bulk, doctors couldn’t monitor the babies progress throughout the pregnancy, and could only just tell they were alive. They had thought she was carrying all girls, when she was in fact pregnant with two girls and a boy.
Salt. the fattest woman in the world to give birth to triplets.
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THESE are the unique sisters whose lives have been saved in a world first transplant - after they both received kidneys from the SAME donor. When Elaine Behrens went into hospital for her life saving kidney transplant, the first person she wanted to call was her sister Karen Parizek. Mrs Parizek was also on the waiting list for a kidney transplant and she wanted to share with her the good news. But when she spoke to her, Mrs Parizek also had some astonishing news. She was also in the same hospital waiting for a kidney transplant.
BEHRENS. USA SISTERS SAVED IN WORLD FIRST TRANSPLANT.
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WHEN tiny Emma Young lay fighting for life in hospital against all the odds - her parents and the nurses kept her alive in a most amazing way. Tiny Emma, who had been born at just 25 weeks, suddenly kept stopping breathing and she had to be reminded to breath again. So the nurses and her mother Angela Young kept having to tickle the bottom of her feet to jump start her body into breathing again - which amazingly has managed to keep her alive. Now tiny Emma is out of danger and has now amazed doctors with her survival.
YOUNG. BABY KEPT ALIVE BY TICKLING
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WHEN little Kelis Tait was born with severly deformed feet, her mother Joanne feared that her daughter would never even be able to walk. But brave Kelis has defied the doctors and after having six years of operations, and enduring months of painful metal leg braces to try and straighten her feet, she has finally fulfileld her dream of being a dancer. Now she spins and twirls in her dancing costume much to the delighted of her parents. Mrs Tait, 40, a health food shop manageress, said: ‘When Kelis was born with club feet, they pointed inwards and we weren’t even sure she would ever be able to walk. ‘But she has been so brave and has had so many operations. It has always been her dream to be able to dance, and now she can do it. ‘We are so poud of her. She has battled through so much pain and operations, and to watch her dancing now is just unbelievable.’
TAIT. GIRL WHO WAS BORN WITH DEFORMED FEET HAS OPS TO DANCE
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