When I was a teenager I was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor. I was 18 years old and had no idea I had any of this until I was told that I had a meningioma which was a tumor of the brain. Being a teenage girl at the time, I was unable to tell anyone about this, and I wasn’t ready to be told.
This happened because the tumor was under my skin and the doctors did not want to say anything. One doctor wanted to call out to me, “What’s your name?” He was very hesitant and I was extremely shy, so I just said “Doctor, I’m sorry, but I don’t know.” I am not sure if he was really sorry or he thought it was not worth telling me.
I was told that I had a meningioma which was a tumor of the brain. Being a teenage girl at the time, I was unable to tell anyone about this, and I wasnt ready to be told.This happened because the tumor was under my skin and the doctors did not want to say anything. One doctor wanted to call out to me, Whats your name He was very hesitant and I was extremely shy, so I just said Doctor, Im sorry, but I dont know.
I was told by a doc that I was pregnant because the tumor had grown during my pregnancy. A woman with a meningioma can never be pregnant. Not since the 70’s. If they wanted to tell me they would have to cut my uterus in half and put in a condom. But the doctors did not want to. They tried to make me feel a great deal of pain and told me that I had to be in the hospital for a month.
I’m glad they didn’t. It turned out that I’m fine. The doc told me that the tumor was a benign tumor and that I was lucky that no woman has ever had it, and that I had to wait a year until I was to be a mother. But I’m so glad that they didn’t tell me that. I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to have children in my lifetime.
“We are sorry, Mrs. B, that you had to wait so long to have children. We hope that you are now feeling better and that you will be able to have a family later.” The doctors may be sorry, but they could have been nicer. I mean, I could go on and on about how happy I am to have not only a baby, but to be able to be a mom.
While I understand that many of us are not mothers, there is no reason for us to feel bad that we weren’t able to have children. I’m sorry that your pregnancy was not a success, but it is just as understandable for you to feel sadness and regret as it is for us to feel anger and outrage.
It’s not just pregnancy and abortion that cause us to doubt our ability to raise children. Men are also not able to have children, while women are. While the odds of having a child with a “good” man are incredibly high, the odds of being blessed with a child with a “bad” man are low. We may not be so lucky as men, but we can still enjoy a child.
We can also enjoy a child with a good man because we have the ability to raise a child with a bad man. We, like women, have the ability to raise a child with a good man because we have the ability to raise a child with a bad man because we have the ability to raise a child with a positive person.
So if you are able to raise a child with a good man… well, you may as well raise a child with a good woman too. Of course, we don’t have to have children with other women (like men), but we do have the ability to raise children with other women and not the other way around. While this may seem counterintuitive, it’s actually the case because the ability to raise children with other people is what gives us the ability to raise children without parents.