I am 34 years old, never married, and have been working in Korea for more than 6 years. I have known her for two years, she is a single mother with a 10-year-old daughter.
When I finished giving birth, I did not know yet, so I had my ovaries tied. When I came back to live with her, she came to the hospital to remove it. After 6 months, she became pregnant, but the pregnancy was outside the uterus so she had to quit.
We all encourage each other to overcome the difficulties, eat well and have a good spirit. Six months later, she became pregnant again, 18 weeks pregnant, when the doctor discovered that she had an abnormality, a type of cleft palate. After thinking time, asking relatives and friends, we decided to give up the pregnancy in pain. We are foreigners, so the cost of future surgery for the baby will be quite high, which also affects the baby’s life.
I thought, after two such pregnancies, was she affected by ovarian ligation? I have had a cesarean section and if the caesarean section supplies have any effect on my health? You are a good woman, I do not blame. I have few friends, do not buy anything for myself, now I want to become pregnant but I do not know what to do. I want to go back to Vietnam to settle down and think about my mother and my love (I have Korean nationality). Looking forward to your advice.
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