- Fiona and Darren McCluskey first tried to get pregnant in 2004 during their honeymoon in Jamaica
- After months of trying, they noticed their efforts could not bear any fruits and decided to visit a specialist
- For 15 years, the couple spent millions on IVF treatments and ended up suffering an ectopic pregnancy
- They finally got their miracle when they visited a specialist in Spain who administered a successful IVF round
A woman who struggled to get a baby for 15 years has finally given birth to her first child.
The lady and her husband spent a whopping KSh 6 million in their quest to get a child of their own.
Fiona McCluskey who is 48 years old underwent five rounds of IVF and suffered an ectopic pregnancy during her 15-year wait.
Fiona and Darren started trying to get pregnant back in 2004 while they were in Jamaica enjoying their honeymoon, Caters News Agency reported.
It then dawned on them that they had fertility issues when their several attempts that span out over months bore no fruits.
They visited fertility experts and were advised to start trying IVF but that was not an easy journey.
Despite spending millions on the treatments, all they ended up delivering were bad news and disappointments.
"We never thought this would happen to us; sometimes I wish I had started trying for a baby sooner, but I am grateful that I finally have my little miracle," the happy mum said.
Their hopes started fading away when Fiona started experiencing symptoms of menopause once she clocked 45.
The 48-year-old lady still craved the gift of motherhood and consulted a doctor from Spain who started her on a protocol to restart her periods.
She was put on another round of IVF that led to the conception and birth of her golden child named Ella-Jane.
"After two years of trying naturally, we went to the doctors who discovered I had a low ovarian reserve and needed IVF - we got the first round free and then paid for another on the NHS but they were both unsuccessful," Fiona added.
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