A pregnant girl has learnt how to get the baby out of her womb by learning to breastfeed again.
The 14-year-old, who has been named as Gwyneth Williams, became pregnant while studying at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Edinburgh.
Gwyneth, from St Andrews, was diagnosed with a rare type of birth defect called aneuploidy and had to have surgery to remove the uterus and the placenta.
Gynne’s family, who cannot be named, told the Sunday People the daughter was “incredibly brave” and “a joy to be with”.
“She has had to deal with the physical and emotional stress of her pregnancy for the last three years,” she said.
“I hope she is able to look forward to her first birthday in June.”
Gwynyth is also in a very supportive, caring and loving environment.
We have her in our prayers and we will be doing everything we can to ensure she has a full and healthy future.
“Gwynwyn’s mother, Sarah, said her daughter was an inspiration to other mothers who were struggling with pregnancy.”
Gynn was diagnosed as aneuphagous in 2016 and underwent surgery at the end of her second trimester to remove her uterus and placentas.””
She has shown that a child can be born healthy, beautiful and healthy, even in a life-threatening situation.”
Gynn was diagnosed as aneuphagous in 2016 and underwent surgery at the end of her second trimester to remove her uterus and placentas.
“It was very difficult, she had to undergo an operation to remove a lot of her uterus, her placentae and the baby,” her mother said.
We just want to thank her for being such a role model and to all of the other mothers in her life who have been in similar circumstances.””
But she has learnt from it and has been a wonderful addition to her family.”
We just want to thank her for being such a role model and to all of the other mothers in her life who have been in similar circumstances.
“Glyn’s parents said she was extremely brave to have to go through such a traumatic situation.”
The Royal College says it does not endorse any form of abortion and that it would be wrong to use the case of Gwynys case to advocate the use of abortion. “
She’s been through so much and it has been the best thing I have ever experienced.”
The Royal College says it does not endorse any form of abortion and that it would be wrong to use the case of Gwynys case to advocate the use of abortion.
It says it would only be a “tragic mistake” to suggest it was possible to get Gwynethe pregnancy back.
“The Royal Colleges has long been an advocate of free and informed consent and we believe that abortion should only be permitted in cases where it is in the best interests of the baby and its mother,” it said in a statement.
“As a matter of policy, we support the use, and have always supported, of a safe and legal abortion, as long as the mother consents.”