Young Mom With Virtually No Muscles Gets Pregnant With Miracle Baby After Doctors Say She Can’t [VIDEO]

A woman who was born with a very uncommon condition gets pregnant even if doctors said she can’t.

Sheree Psaila was born with a very rare condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenital, which means she has virtually no muscle tissue in her limbs.

Though doctors told her parents that she would live past her first birthday after several unsuccessful surgeries and procedure. Miraculously, she’s now 23 years old.

She was advised to be placed in a wheelchair and get her education at a school for special needs students but due to her strong determination to live a normal life she took her first steps at 5 years old and ignored the bullying she seemed to face.

Sheree met and fell in love with a man named Chris years later while studying at a school in Australia. He was able to empathize with Sheree more than most as he was born with a hereditary condition that caused damage to his lower spine.

They got married in 2015 and despite the fact that she was told she wouldn’t be able to have kids because her body was much too small, she was again defiant. However, it ended in miscarriage.

Instead of losing hope, Sheree and her husband continue to fight. According to Daily Mail, she got pregnant and by miracle gave birth to a baby boy named Hayden at the age of 22.

Rather than giving birth naturally, she had a cesarean under a general anesthetic due to her situation.

Little Hayden was born 47 cm tall and weighed 2.5 kilograms with no disability.

Despite the difficulties she had, especially all the things that she cannot do, she said she loves being a mom. “I love being a mum though it does frustrating at times because there are a lot of things I can’t do.”

Today, Sheree is studying social media marketing at Tafe while caring her son.

Article Sources: Daily Mail, The Little Things, The Shred Nation/Facebook Photo Credit: Daily Mail Video Credit: TLC UK/YouTube



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