Pakistani Doctor Cries As Woman Dies During Childbirth After 14 Years Of Waiting For A Child

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October 23, 2017 – Heartbroken Pakistani Doctor Cries As Woman Dies During Childbirth After Waiting For 14 Years To Have A Child

A devastated Pakistani medical doctor has narrated the heartbreaking story of a woman who waited for 14 years to have a child only to die during childbirth.

Here is the touching piece he wrote on the social media to draw attention to the pain women go through in life to have a child:

If the above story is not one of those hoaxes that people pass around on Facebook, then this is a really painful story.

May God comfort her husband and send destiny helper to that little child and many her soul rest in peace.

9 thoughts on “Pakistani Doctor Cries As Woman Dies During Childbirth After 14 Years Of Waiting For A Child

  1. Firstly, God doesn’t do evil. The fourth paragraph started with “finally God blessed her” in fact, There is nothing to validate that claim because God will not start something awesome and destroy it awfully! Remember that the woman couldn’t conceive naturally, but by scientific means, a pregnancy was “fabricated “. Her body, in my opinion, was not programmed for pregnancy at all because it has three stages: getting it; carrying it; and delivering it. At this point, luck or fate decides. The positive probabilities are:3/3(meaning she passes all) 2/3( meaning she needs serious attention for one aspect) and the last mostly end up with premature babies and by C-section. The negative probabilities are 3/3( meaning she can’t do all naturally) 2/3( science can help on one but she will fail on the remaining two processes) lastly, 1/3( she passes two via scientific collaborations,but fails the last lap. Folks , this is just my scientific imagination or observation and is not to be used in church service or any other gathering.

  2. So heart breaking, pray that the husband and family be comforted at this time. I know God will send a destiny helper for the child. God bless them.

  3. Someone wt history of infertility for 14yrs and huge myoma(fibroid), shouldn’t av been allowed 2 undergo labour at all. She should av been planned 4 an elective c/s, cos
    (1)she’s carrying a precious baby.

    (2)she may be an elderly primigravida i,.e someone above 35yrs of age.

    (3)with d myoma she may start bleeding during labour and d worst part of it, is bleeding afta birth(post partum hemorrhage).

    I’m sure something must av went wrong b4 declaring an emergency c/s. Maybe her BP shot up all of a sudden or was bleeding PV.

    I think d hospital and d team on call duty were at fault. She should av been counselled on elective c/s, during her antenatal visits.

    Just so painful. R.I.P

  4. Tito bi ni fun olohun. Oba ajoke aye Oba ashake ohun. ka bi e ko si. Iwo gaan ni KAAABIYESI OOOO. Allahu Akbar. You are truly Akbar

    “Say, “O Allah, Owner of Sovereignty, You give sovereignty to whom You will and You take sovereignty away from whom You will. You honor whom You will and You humble whom You will. In Your hand is [all] good. Indeed, You are over all things competent.

    You cause the night to enter the day, and You cause the day to enter the night; and YOU BRING THE LIVING OUT OF THE DEAD, and YOU BRING THE DEAD OUT OF THE LIVING. And You give provision to whom You will without account.”

    Noble Quran, Chapter Imran verses 26-27

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