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I couldn’t believe it as the doctors delivered their devastating verdict. ‘I’m afraid you have cardiomyopathy. Your heart is very weak and you are going to need a heart transplant to survive,’ said the doctor. The heart condition had been passed on through my family. Already five people in the family had died of it - but I was determined it wasn’t going to get me. I was going to survive. My heart had been made weaker by the birth of my son Harry, now three. I hadn’t known I had a problem until he was born and it fatally weakened my heart. But now I had him to think about. I couldn’t leave him without a mum, so I knew I had to hang on. ( spriggs )
MUM DETERMINED TO BEAT TRAGIC FAMILY CURSE.
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WHEN doctors told Rebekah Page that she needed an emergency operation to save her life after she suffered an ectopic pregnancy she put her trust in the doctors. They had told Mrs Page that the unborn baby was growing in her left fallopian tube, and she needed it removing immediately or else it could rupture and kill her. But in a botched operation, doctors removed the right fallopian tube instead and discharged her from the hospital. She spent the next three weeks bleeding, and at risk of a life threatening rupture, until she went back to the hospital in severe pain and they discovered their mistake. Mrs Page then had to undergo a second operation to remove the baby - now ten weeks old - which has destroyed her chance at motherhood as is meant she had lost both tubes. Harrogate District General Hospital have now paid out £9,000 in compensation to Mrs Page last month.
WOMAN ROBBED OF CHANCE TO BE A MUM AFTER DOCS REMOVE WRONG OVARY
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MY daughter Michaela was pushing her dollie’s pram across the kitchen when she suddenly said ‘mum’ . I screamed out loud for my husband Tony, 31, a policeman. ‘Listen to what she is saying,’ I urgd. Then it came again. ‘Mum, mum,’ said Michaela. I just burst into tears - I couldn’t believe that my little girl was actually calling me mum. It was like a dream come true. Michaela is my little silent angel - whom the doctors had told me would never walk or talk. She was diagnosed with Angelman’s Syndrome and the doctors had told us she would be locked in her own little silent world, unable to communicate with us all. Whilst her twin sister Stevie is a bubbly happoy little five year old, it seemed that Michaela was always destined to be her silent shadow. But thanks to pioneering physiotherapy and brain training excersizes that we have been doing with her, Michaela has defied all the doctors to be able to walk - and now she has uttered the most wonderful word I will ever hear. ( commery )
SILENT ANGEL GIRL WALKS AND TALKS THANKS TO MIRACLE TREATMENT.
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I just stood rooted to the spot as my son Ryan screamed at me. ‘I’m getting bullied because of you - because you are so fat.’ The words stung me. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. That my son was getting bullied at school because of what I looked like. Surely it was enough that I had been bullied at school for my weight - that I’d endured years of taunting and hateful words because of my weight. If that wasn’t enough, my son was now getting it too, all those years later. It was just like I was being bullied again - but this time it was worse. Ryan shouldn’t be having to go through all that. ( martin ) So no sooner as he had confessed to me about the name calling that he’d been suffering, then I made a decision. I would lose the weight for Ryan.
MUM WHO LOST 8 STONE BECAUSE SON GETTING BULLIED.
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NOT many people would be envious of a pig’s life. Penned into dirty pigstys, just waiting to be turned into bacon is no-one’s idea of fun. But Babe the pig has got it just right - for him it’s more of a charmed life. Babe lives on his own private island in the Bahamas and even the most dedicated beach bum would be envious of his hedonistic lifestyle.
ITS A BEACH LIFE FOR TAME WILD BOAR.
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AS more than forty dangerous reef sharks come swooping in for the hunks of bloody fish no one would want to be in their midst. With their ability to tear a human apart limb by limb, 60 feet down on the ocean floor with the hungry pack wouldn’t seem a good idea. But 39-year-old Andrea Lee has given up her job in Oxford to join a unique shark feeding programme in the Bahamas. Each day, Miss Lee, puts on her diving gear and a protective chain mail suit and dives down, together with a metal box of fish chunks, to feed the hungry pack and capture them on camera.
OXFORD GIRL GIVES UP UK TO MIX WITH DEADLY SHARKS.
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WHEN Sami Booth Candelin needed a lifesaving lung transplant to survive, she was faced with a difficult decision. Sami, 20, was so frightened of needles that she decided against having the transplant, even though she knew she wouldn’t survive. Her needle phobia was so great that she was seeing a psychologist to try and help her beat her fear. But brave Sami decided that she couldn’t face having countless injections prior and after the transplant - a decision which  she knew would cost her her life. So she refused to have a transplant, and instead lost her brave battle last month at the Macmillan Unit at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield.
TRAGEDY OF TRANSPLANT GIRL WHO WAS FRIGHTENED OF NEEDLES.
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TO everyone who sees them, five month old Ame and Lia look like twins - and certainly they were born on the same day, just minutes apart. But amazingly they beat odds of millions to one, to have been conceived three weeks apart in their mother’s womb. When doctors discovered mum Amelia Spence was pregnant scans showed there were two babies inside her mum. But they were amazed to discovered that one baby was much bigger than the other, and they told Miss Spence that her babies had actually been conceived separately.
MILLIONS TO ONE
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HANNAH Kersey made world medical history last year when she gave birth to triplets from two separate wombs. Miss Kersey, 23, was born with a rare condition known as uterus didelphys which meant she developed two wombs. She became pregnant with triplets - and two of the babies developed on one of the wombs, whilst the third baby developed in the second. Now the triplet girls Ruby, Tilly and Gracie, have just celebrated their first birthday milestone, much to the delight of the proud parents.
WORLD FIRST TWO WOMB TRIPLETS CELEBRATE FIRST BIRTHDAY.
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WHEN Beverley Hammett had acid thrown in her face in a mistaken identity attack, she had a long road to recovery ahead of her. Brave Bev has endured ten years of painful skin grafts, and a cornea transplant to replace her damaged sight. And now she has just undergone an amazing operation using balloons to give her back the hairline damaged by the acid. Surgeons have painstakingly grown extra skin on the top of her head in order to create the new look for her.
ACID ATTACK GIRL IN MISTAKEN IDENTITY HAS NEW OP.
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