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A girl undergoes an operation to “be pregnant?”

Amman Today

publish date 2022-07-25 08:48:40

British doctors plan to perform an operation for a girl in her seventeenth month only, in order to freeze her ovaries, in order to avoid becoming infertile, given that she is close to undergoing a complex medical treatment that leaves many side effects.

According to the British newspaper, “Mirror”, the girl, Talula Cox, will start chemotherapy against brain cancer soon, amid fears that she will not be able to have children, after recovering.

It is expected that the girl, Talula, will become the youngest British woman ever to undergo ovarian freezing, and this medical procedure will take place only two months after the diagnosis of the malignant tumor.

Doctors believe that the chemotherapy used to attack the cancer cells will destroy the eggs.

At first, the girl’s parents, Zoe and Richard, believed that the girl had only a slight stomach upset, and then they were surprised by the malignant disease.

The girl’s health deteriorated after contracting chickenpox, a highly contagious viral infection that causes fever and rashes.

The girl underwent extensive examinations, and was then sent to a hospital in Newcastle, where it was found that she had a tumor located in fluid-filled areas of the brain.

The mother stated that the news of the cancer was shocking and frightening, but the positive was that the disease was detected at a very early stage because the tumor is still the size of a grape.

The mother said saving her daughter from illness was “the most important thing for her”, but she was grateful to the doctors for thinking about her future when she would be an adult and perhaps want to have children.

“I’ve always dreamed of being a mother, and I think she’ll also want to be a mother,” she added, while science currently allows ovaries to be kept in a frozen state for up to 30 years.

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