Source: The Sun
Hayley Gumble, 25, was diagnosed with a rare condition which causes a woman’s ovaries not to work properly and often results in infertility, two years ago.
The nursery nurse, who grew up in a foster family and has always dreamed of being a mum, was left devastated by the news after suffering two miscarriages.
Doctors said her condition – premature ovarian failure (POF) – meant she only had a five per cent chance of conceiving.
But determined not to take the news lying down, Hayley decided to try a course of IVF on the NHS.
Hayley, of Stevenage, Herts, said: “I am so desperate to be a mother and have a child with my husband.”