Woman with 2% chance of conceiving naturally gives birth to ‘miracle’ baby

Andrea Romero, 34, was warned by doctors that she was unlikely to be pregnant after being diagnosed with endometriosis and a blocked fallopian tube five years ago

Andrea Moreno, who was given only a two percent chance of conceiving naturally, has given birth to a
Andrea Moreno only had a two percent chance of conceiving naturally

A woman who was given only a 2 percent chance of conceiving naturally has given birth to a “miracle” baby after abandoning planned sex sessions with her husband.

Andrea Romero, 34, was warned by doctors that she was unlikely to be pregnant after being diagnosed with endometriosis and a blocked fallopian tube five years ago.

However, Andrea refused to give up hope and engaged in regular sex sessions with the Digital Communications manager’s spouse Jonathan, 37, to coincide with her ovulation.

Although they tried for three years, their attempts to conceive proved unsuccessful.

Next, the couple tried intrauterine insemination (IUI) fertility treatment in September 2017, but decided to give up after 15 unsuccessful rounds — after spending over $3,000 over the course of two years.







Andrea went through 15 rounds of unsuccessful fertility treatments before conceiving naturally
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“I was really depressed at one point because it was heartbreak after heartbreak,” Andrea explained.

“Every month I took a pregnancy test and it was negative and eventually I stopped the treatment. It was too much for my body and mind.”

To ease the pressure, the couple decided to continue having sex just “for fun” and were soon shocked to discover Andrea had become pregnant in January 2020.

“Jonathan told me I was acting weird and that my sense of smell and taste was enhanced, but I didn’t think anything of it,” Andrea added.

“He told me to take a test. I hated them because they were always negative, but one night I just did one and it was positive.

“I could not believe it. We actually ran to the stores and bought five more.”

However, despite testing positive in all five tests, the worries didn’t end there. The couple remained skeptical about the results and began to worry about the risk of an ectopic pregnancy, which doctors had previously warned about.

But two weeks later, the couple had a consultation with a doctor who confirmed the pregnancy and gave the happy couple the reassurance they needed.

Andrea said: “I could still cry just thinking about it. We gave such a sign of relief and couldn’t believe it.

“It was the best feeling ever and we were just so excited.

“I loved being pregnant but I couldn’t wait for him to be born and I couldn’t wait to see his little face.”







Andrea Romero with husband Jonathan and their “miracle” baby Leonardo
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They then welcomed the 6 pound 13 ounce “miracle” son Leonardo into the world 19 months ago at Kaiser Permanente Moreno Valley Medical Center in California.

Recalling the years leading up to the pregnancy, Andrea, a government claims processor, said: “We really wanted to be parents, so it was a real blow to hear that my chance of having a baby naturally was only two per cent scam and we worried that it might never happen to us.

“We researched and did everything we could to increase our chances of having a baby, including IUI, fertility drugs and tracking my ovulation.

“We refused to give up and kept trying and couldn’t believe our luck when we found out I was pregnant naturally.

“We strongly believe that the key is to take the pressure off — not thinking about planning sex to try and get pregnant, just doing it for fun. It was an absolute miracle. I had a textbook pregnancy and we were over the moon when our little boy, Leonardo, arrived.

“He has me wrapped around his little finger and doesn’t even know it yet.”

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