Kelly from Peterborough was only 22 when she was told that she would struggle to have a baby naturally, so she started saving for IVF treatment and joined a successful campaign to have NHS funding reinstated in Cambridgeshire.
Marie and Michael finally became parents after recurrent miscarriage, an ectopic pregnancy and major surgery. “It has been very emotional, but I am so glad we have our little man – he fills us with joy every day,” says Marie.
Suspected ectopic pregnancy resulted in complications and surgery before IVF success.
Susie faced having only one fallopian tube and endometriosis, as well difficult family circumstances. Yet she beat the odds and gave birth to baby Callie.
Michelle faced countless setbacks on her road to pregnancy, including recurrent miscarriage, but still kept fighting. Her determination was rewarded with the birth of Isobel in 2012.
Harika and Craig are proud parents to Rocco, after conceiving on the first cycle of IVF treatment.