Conceiving a baby naturally is very important to some people around the world but for some, it’s not always possible.
According to the World Health Organisation, about 186 million people are infertile worldwide.
For this reason, a woman decided to give birth to her own granddaughter after doctors told her daughter that a pregnancy could possibly kill her.
Teacher Rosicleia de Abreu Carlsem (53) gave birth to baby Maria Clara in Florianópolis in the southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina.
The Sun reports that the decision to carry her daughter’s baby was taken after the 29-year-old was advised by doctors not to undergo pregnancy as it would be too risky due to health problems.
The publication reports that back in 2014, she suffered a pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis, so doctors feared that a pregnancy could kill her due to potential blood clots.
In other news – Babes Wodumo speaks out after her viral video screaming for help
Babes Wodumo has taken to her social media to make it clear that she is not in danger. This is coming following a video of her screaming and pleading for help whilst the South African Police Services (SAPS) tried to intervene.
The video was first shared by a tweep who then took it down after it gained traction. It shows a very disturbed Babes Wodumo screaming for help in the presence of the police. Learn More