Celebrate your birthdays with this month’s best birthdays

Celebrate your birthdays with this month’s best birthdays

In the past week, we’ve seen some amazing birthdays, like the birthday of a beautiful child born in a very beautiful way. 

However, another special day is coming this month. 

We’re celebrating the birth of a mother who gave birth to a baby girl with a condition that has led to her not being able to go to the doctor. 

Brianna Sowards, 33, has a condition called “polycystic ovary syndrome” that causes her to have a low amount of eggs in her body. 

It’s a condition where there’s too much of one or the other. 

As a result, it’s a very rare condition and the only other case of this kind of ovarian cystic ovaries condition that’s ever been reported in the UK is in a woman in her 60s. 

This month, Brianna’s mother is celebrating her daughter’s birthday with a special gift. 

In a post on Facebook, Briannas mother said she was “blessED” by the gifts that she received. 

“I received a lovely, handmade teddy bear, and a cute card from a friend,” Brianna wrote.

“It has been an amazing experience for me and I couldn’t be happier to receive it.” 

“It’s been a wonderful gift for Brianna, and I hope to receive a lot more from everyone who has enjoyed our conversation,” she added. 

A post shared by Brianna Sows mom (@briannasowards) on Mar 15, 2019 at 11:19am PDT Brianna also wrote on Facebook that she is “absolutely thrilled” to have received a new, life-changing gift.

“Thank you to everyone who sent in a gift,” she wrote. 

The post has been shared more than 11,000 times. 

She also said that she was grateful for all the positive messages of support from the public and other people who have shared her story on social media. 

I just want to thank everyone for all of the wonderful messages of encouragement and support.

It means a lot to me, Briana Sowars mother, who has a rare condition that affects her ovaries, writes on Facebook.

“I am blessed to be alive, and the outpouring of support and love has been overwhelming and humbling.” 

BRIANNA’S PARENTS The family said in a statement on Facebook: “Briannans father is incredibly proud of Brianna and our daughter, and wishes her nothing but the best for her life. 

He is extremely proud of his daughter, who is one of his most loving, caring and loving adults. 

Since Brianna was diagnosed, Brianny has been living with this condition, and she has been receiving many life-saving treatments, including an endometrial ablation and a hysterectomy. 

 She is currently receiving a second hystorrhoea treatment and has had a hypospadias test. 

Although this is the first case of polycystic ovarian syndrome in the world, it is one that has been recognised and treated in the past. 

Over the past few years, Brianne’s condition has become so serious that she had surgery to remove a large section of her ovary, and her doctors have been advised that this could be permanent damage. 

Now, Brianas life is about to change. 

With her mother’s blessing, Brianas life will now be more normal. 

If you or anyone you know is in any way affected by this condition or any of the conditions mentioned above, please contact the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90, or email [email protected] 

You can also keep up to date with the latest news on the Samaritan crisis on the website or via our social media channels. 

And while you’re there, feel free to chat to your friends about this special day. 

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