The Pain of being a BARREN parent


I am narrating this story not because I am not alive to the fact that in Africa it is not proper to open your privacy to the public but because this is a vital lesson for most of the young people out there.

My name is Janet, a 40-year-old woman. I got married to my husband 15 years ago in a very beautiful grand wedding. All my friends and family had gathered to witness my husband and I exchanging vows. Little did I know that more troubles were awaiting me ahead.

This is Africa and whenever you get married, people start counting down for the firstborn and such was the case with me. After six months of marriage, I had not yet conceived and though I knew it was too early to be concerned, I started feeling as if something had gone wrong. Everything around me was not well; close family members and relatives looked at me with a bad eye.

After a year, my mother-in-law called my husband and she outrightly asked him why I was not pregnant since she was always anticipating of being a grandma. My husband calmed her down by telling her we were not ready to have a child when she gave us a
six-month ultimatum.

My hubby now started getting concerned of my fertility and he asked me what was possibly wrong. I told him I was also confused. This was the first time we ever talked of our failure to have babies since we got married. We resorted to visiting various hospitals in Nairobi and Mombasa. One hospital after another, and we still did not get a correct diagnosis. By this time, pressure was
mounting from each and every side of the family with people telling my husband to get another wife very soon.

They wanted me replaced. I became so depressed due to my condition especially because people were now talking behind my back. I would cry all night and though my husband was supportive
enough, he could not handle the pressure.

Five years after marriage, we had used so much money in treatment but we were not able to conceive. My husband began growing cold feet. He started insulting me and telling me that he regrets marrying a barren woman like me. He started to come home
late and left early in the morning. His behavior tore my heart into pieces and left me broken.

He one day came with another woman at home and told me he had decided to marry. I went out in pain and stayed in a hotel. That night, I called my older sister and told her that my fertility problems had made my husband to chase me out. She was so hurt and immediately told me of Doctor Mugwenu who uses traditional herbs to heal fibroids and other fertility issues in women.

“No problem. He will help you conceive and again bring back you husband,” said my sister. I called the doctor the next day and told him my story who fortunately understood my woes. I met him later that day where he assessed my problems and used a combination
of traditional herbs and some spells to eradicate my infertility. He also cast love spells to bring my husband back.

A few days after visiting him and using his medicines, my husband started calling me via my phone and started begging me to go back home. It was unbelievable! Today I am expecting a bouncing baby girl with him.

You can get the help you need wherever you are through distance healing. Mugwenu.Doctors say one of their greatest attributes is distance healing: They will work together with you, but detachment is the key to success during this healing process. You must be
in a quiet place and detach yourself from everything around you. This is very important because your body must connect with the healing elements.

Should you find that things are not working as you want them to, just connect with Mugwenu Doctors. Call – +254740637248. His Website –

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