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Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Woman welcomes four kids after 17 miscarriages & was told she won’t be able to have children

After she was told she will never have children after a bone marrow transplant at the age of 17 to get rid of an acute myeloid leukaemia, 32-year-old Lytina Kaur, a former housing officer, has delivered four daughters within nine months of each other. She got married at 23, suffered 17 miscarriages before the arrival of her children.


When she got married in 2007, at age 23, Lytina became worried about being unable to have children after having several miscarriages, the first of which happened in 2010.

Her first pregnancy was a set of male twins which she miscarried at 17 weeks. Lytina who worked for Nottingham City Homes said she was devastated when this happened.

She tried IVF which was unsuccessful.

She also tried adopting but could not find a suitable Asian child so she and her husband opted to try surrogacy.

Six attempts made by an Indian hospital to implant an embryo into a surrogate failed all times and the couple gave up.

However, in February 2015, Lytina found out she had fallen pregnant naturally. She gave birth to her first daughter, Kiran in September 2015, UK Mirror reports. 

Two months after, her twins, Kajal and Kavita, were born to a surrogate mother in India. And in June 2016 Lytina welcomed another daughter, Kiyara, at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, UK.



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