A woman, Lytina Kaur, has given birth to four girls within nine months of each other, after 17 miscarriages.
Lytina was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia, an aggressive cancer of the white blood cells at age 17. After she was diagnosed she had a bone marrow transplant, but after the transplant she was told she could not have children.
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According to UK mirror, she got married at 23 and had 17 miscarriages. Her first pregnancy was a set of male twins in 2010 which she miscarried at 17 weeks.
She revealed that she also tried adopting but could not find a suitable Asian child so she and her husband tried surrogacy.
She further added that an Indian hospital tried six failed attempts to implant an embryo into a surrogate. But miraculously, in February 2015, she had a natural pregnancy and gave birth to her first daughter, Kiran in September 2015.
Two months after, her twins, Kajal and Kavita, were born to a surrogate mother in India. And in June 2016 she welcomed another daughter, Kiyara, at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, UK.