Morgan suffered ovarian torsion and had to have her ovary removed at 13 years old. Her gynecologist suggested she see a fertility expert, which led her to freezing her eggs at just 15.
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It's funny this happens to people that want to be parents and not to those that dont or are indifferent. Humans don't need to populate more atm, but its ideal to have the choice.
She can still adopt though, make an orphan happy with a real family. Or do both? -
My sister had her one of her ovaries removed at age 10. It twisted twice because of a sist. The doctor said that the pain was worse than childbirth. She was in this pain for a week. It took them a week to figure out what was wrong with her. At first they thought it was constipation so they made her walk around which only made it worse. The doctor said that if they had figured it out sooner they could have saved her ovary.
misleading title, knew I'd be clicking on a video of a teen who HAD to have it done, not something she chose which the title suggests otherwise... sad story but damn the media will do anything to get views
I pray that if she can't have children of her own that she would adopt and give her all the child who otherwise would've never received love and fill the hole in her heart with an adopted child that she could love just the same as her own
Glad she’s ok. I’m sure she’ll be ok since her family aims to support her but I agree that people think they can only be parents if they share DNA with others but there are a lot of Kids who need a family.
who the fuck is out here thinking abt children at 15...... maybe im immature but as sm1 also 15 i couldnt imagine that being in her situation and thinking "oh shit my future children" idk......... but shes very strong good on her for getting through all that :0!!!
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