3 years after man died, his son is born
MUMBAI: Exactly three years after a young marketing consultant lost her husband in a car accident, she held his newborn baby in the maternity ward of Jaslok Hospital. Thanks to a remarkable convergence of love, persistence and technology, a day of mourning turned into a day of joy.
The miracle story begins in August 2015. Supriya Jain and Gaurav S, both 30-something Bengaluru-based professionals, had been married five years when they decided they wanted to be parents. The normal route wasn't yielding results, so they decided to assist the process with IVF. But destiny had its own ideas. Right after they went through the procedure, Gaurav was killed when a truck rammed into his car near Hubli.
这个奇迹般的故事要从2015年8月说起。30多岁的Supriya Jain和Gaurav S都是班加罗尔的专业人士，在结婚5年后他们决定要孩子，但都没有成功，所以他们决定尝试试管受精。但命运弄人，就在他们做完试管受精后，丈夫Gaurav在Hubli附近被一辆卡车撞死。
A devastated Jain started dealing with her grief by writing an emotionally intimate blog describing her insomnia, her fears and her utter hopelessness. A few weeks after Gaurav's death, she wre: "Even the day he was going, he finalised the logo of another new venture he was starting. He never went to his parents' house before going to the village - that day he did. Spent time with his nephew, his mom and his god. Told his mom he'll come back and give her a very good news (the baby) and left smiling."
Jain, originally from Jaipur, says she believes in destiny and in signs. "I knew that this whole baby thing was started for a reason and I wanted to finish the story." Within a few months, without consulting either her or his families, she made the decision. She was going to have her late husband's baby. Someone suggested visiting Dr Firuza Parikh, who helped deliver miracle babies in Mumbai. So she found herself an Airbnb near Jaslok Hospital, and began a painstakingly long and expensive journey.
Supriya Jain来自斋浦尔，她相信命运和征兆。“我知道这一切都是有原因的，我想完成这个故事。”几个月后，在没有咨询自己及亡夫家人的情况下，她决定要已故丈夫的孩子。有人建议去找Firuza Parikh医生，她在孟买接生了很多奇迹宝宝。于是，她通过Airbnb在贾斯洛克医院附近租了房子，开始了一段艰苦而昂贵的旅程。
Parikh was determined to help this grief-stricken woman. But she also wanted to ensure that her patient was not being irrationally impulsive, so she gently coaxed her into taking some psychological tests before embarking on what could be a high-stress journey. Reassured that she was ready, she began the process. "I cannot tell you how we have saved and used that one vial of sperm," says Parikh. "When it arrived from Bengaluru, we were too nervous to even open it. We decided we would collect and fertilise enough eggs even if it meant waiting and going through several cycles." When several IVF cycles did not work, they decided to find a surrogate. A couple of tries later, they had only one more chance. After that the posthumous father's genetic remains would be gone forever. This time, it worked.
Every year, Jain went away from Bengaluru just before her husband’s death anniversary. This time she was in Bali when she got the phone call. Her baby boy had come into the world. She took the first flight out and, at the exact same time that she had spoken to her husband for the last time, she held his legacy in her arms.
每年，Supriya Jain 都在她丈夫的忌日前夕离开班加罗尔。这次接到电话时，她正在巴厘岛。她的男宝宝来到了这个世界。她乘坐了第一班飞机飞往班加罗尔，把亡夫的“遗产”揽在怀里。
“I hope he looks like his dad,” says Jain. “I didn’t want a baby, I wanted Gaurav’s baby. Our deal had always been that we would have one baby and adopt another. The good thing is that I will now never run away on his death anniversary.”
来源：三泰虎 http://www.santaihu.com/45878.html 译者：Jessica.Wu
Thanks to Modi and BJP govt all new technologies are taking the shape now.
May God give the baby a long, healthy and happh life!
One things .. on death anniversey she goes to bali for fun ?
He is back in her arms.A greatest moment of her life can only b felt by her.The joy of his presence around can b felt FY her only.Pray for her hapess.
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God bless all involved. We all must get ready for any eventuality in our life at any point to time. The biggest truth of life is that we will all die. We have limited time and we do not know our last day. It may be early or late but it will come for sure. So why to cry for all the losses. Enjoy what we have and be thankful for being alive and see today''s sun and moon, fresh air and all we can feel. Celebrate every day. we have limited number of days.
Hope the special baby lives a long and fruitful life!
Was it a paid advertisement?
A moving story. Kudos to the woman for her courage and patience and to the doctors for hel her realise her dream.
wow what beautiful love story....god bless u woman
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INDIAN MUST SAVE AND HOLD THEIR CULTURE. IT PREPARES FOR ALL ODDS IN LIFE. WE HAVE STRONGEST FAMILY VALUES. FAMILY FIRST....
God is always with people who has fa th in him. .
true love never ends...hence proved
Hacking Gods rule of nature..not good
What a touching story with a misleading headline? May be it is done with the purpose of making the readers to read the whole report.Readers are urged not to make a conclusion based on headlines, without reading the full report.
wife is in real love with husband
hail to her devotion
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A good advertisement... kaan me phool, aaj kal sablog Feku bangaye aur jumla bolrahe...lol
Almost all IVF babies are boys. It's open secret now a days. No measures to control it.