- A woman explained that doctors warned her that she'd never be able to conceive
- This followed a medical procedure where fibroids were removed
- However, she miraculously fell pregnant a few years later and shared photos of her beautiful son
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A beautiful social media post proving the value of faith and perseverance has struck a chord with South Africans.
Didimalang Caroline revealed that she underwent two medical procedures to remove fibroids.
As a result, she was told by doctors that she'd never be able to have children.
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The first operation took place while she was aged 21, followed by another five years later.
A year passed following the second procedure and Didimalang somehow fell pregnant.
Unfortunately, tragedy struck as she miscarried at 11 weeks.
During the turbulent time, Didimalang continued praying for a miracle and never lost hope.
Then, after another two tough years, she was blessed with a beautiful baby boy.
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Didimalang shared her inspirational story via the #ImStaying Facebook group and Briefly.co.za noted that the post attracted more than 7 000 likes and hundreds of positive comments.
Betsie Adendorff Moolman acknowledged the power of prayer:
"So wonderful to hear a person who sees what God's has done for her!"
Nicole Prinsloo experienced the exact same situation:
"It's like I'm reading my own story. The exact thing happened to me, I was told never would I have children and I fell pregnant with 2 fibroids, was told I would not carry past 34 weeks and I told my Doctor WATCH ME.... I carried my son to 5 days shy of 40 weeks. We are truly Blessed. Your little one is gorgeous and may you all be happy and healthy always. Sending love."
Mavis Irene Blacknell complimented her son:
"Beautiful boy..you are truly blessed."
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