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An Amazing Path To Birth

Shiloh Morris and her husband, Kevin, always knew they wanted children, but there some health issues that stood the way.

Shiloh and Kevin Morris with baby Noah

After seeing a number of fertility specialists, undergoing four unsuccessful tries at intrauterine insemination and experiencing two miscarriages, the couple decided to adopt. Shiloh and Kevin welcomed baby Nevaeh (heaven spelled backwards) into their lives from foster care three years ago. The Morris family was finally a happy family of three.

Shiloh’s health issues remained in check until she started having severe pain in her abdomen early in 2013. A CT scan ordered by Liaci turned up a lump in her uterus.

Wanting to rule out cancer, a hysterectomy was scheduled to be performed in the Women’s Specialty Surgery Center, but Shiloh never made it to the operating room. Instead, a pregnancy test (required before any procedure of this kind) turned up something quite amazing.

What was thought to be a mass on her uterus turned out to be a fluid-filled sac containing a 10-week-old fetus. Shiloh was pregnant.

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