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I’m here to return all glory to God
By Stephanie Ogechi
In 2016 I had uterine rupture in an unscarred uterus, I had previously had a child in 2014via vaginal birth, my very first pregnancy, I lived a careful life so you can imagine my horror when I was told by my ObGyn.
The pregnancy was uneventful, it was at the 42nd week that I was induced, after going through excruciating labour pains for hours without fully dilating, in the process of pushing, I ruptured… The pain was indescribable, I didn’t know what was going on, all I remembered was me getting weaker, and almost unconscious.
When I woke up, doctors told me my womb ruptured, casing every content to be deposited in my stomach, if I hadn’t been operated upon within 10mins, it could have been another story. Sadly I lost my baby, but I survived.
There and then I was warned never to conceive for at least 2yrs…
I listened, despite pressure from family and friends.
Here’s my rainbow baby, born at 36 weeks, weighing 2.9kg it wasn’t easy, but God did it for me and I’m grateful.
Please thank God for us. We survived the delivery room !! You too shall testify!!