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2 Natural Pregnancies After 4 Miscarriages

November 27, 2018

We struggled with infertility for about 3 years with 4 miscarriages. I was diagnosed with “mixed matched” chromosomes, protein C antigen and an incompetent cervix.
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On April 27th, 2003, I was 15 weeks pregnant for the second time and on bed rest but due to bleeding. Early that morning, I miscarried and passed our baby at home. It was during that time the Lord really dealt with me about the power of praise.
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After this loss, genetic testing was recommended. While waiting, we became pregnant naturally with my daughter, Hannah. On April 26th, 2004, I went into the hospital for delivery.  I labored all day and she would not budge. At 12:30 am on the 27th, the doctors decided it was time for a C-section. As I heard her cries upon delivering, I quickly noticed the clock on the wall.  It was one year to the day of that horrible site we had endured. God took a day that was so ugly and the enemy meant for evil and turned into a day of beauty. God brought redemption.
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Sadly, we did go on after that to have two more miscarriages and decided we were done trying. My husband was even planning to have a vasectomy at the end of the year of 2007. However, the Lord had different plans because I became pregnant again with my son Zach, which was a miracle within itself. At 31 weeks, I went into severe preeclampsia and he was born 9 weeks early. I was very ill and remained in ICU with stroke-like symptoms for a week after his birth. We are both completely healthy today.
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Both of my babies were miraculously conceived, which we were told would never happen. Doctors were unable to explain how I was able to conceive, carry full term and live healthy after a traumatic birth of my son. We know it was all God!

Crystal Breaux, Texas

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