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Debra's Story

Well it all started on February 22, 1996 when I first found out that I was pregnant and everything was going well. I was sick all day long and all night. I couldn't keep any food or drink in my stomach.

Then around the last few days in April I stated too cramp up real hard and didn't feel like doing anything. I lay in bed trying to get comfortable and couldn't. On May 2, 1996 I miscarried. This is the hardest thing a mother has to go through. I was never able to find out why I miscarried.The doctor told me not to worry about it -- that it was a piece of tissue that was growing inside me. His insensitivity to my loss really made me upset.

In 1998 I was diagnosed with Polyscystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) which is very very hard for me. Also very painful, to say the least. I am on Metformin all because my body is producing too much insulin. I have to take it three times a day.

All I ever wanted was to have a healthy baby and now it looks like my dream of being a mother is down the drain. If there is someone who could help us adopt a child, we really would appreciate it very much.

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