Deborah Knight Gets Candid About Her Devastating Struggles With IVF That Ended In Success
For some people, IVF might be one of the last resorts if they want to conceive a baby. And this method has proved to be one of the best and most effective ones in the fight with infertility.
IVF stands for in vitro fertilization, which is a procedure where mature eggs are collected from a woman’s ovaries and are fertilized by sperm in a lab. Then, they are implanted into a uterus. That’s how it works. As a result, such reproductive technology helps people have their own babies.
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A mother-of-three and Weekend Today co-host, Deborah Knight has gone through the IVF as well, and she openly speaks about her experience, hoping it would help others as well.
When working for 5pm News in Sydney for Channel 10, she was going through one of the most difficult periods in her life. Back then, she had 12 rounds of IVF, and it took her and husband 2,5 years to finally conceive their first baby.
She had to put a mask on and present the news right after hearing their another attempt was unsuccessful, and that was totally devastating.
Then, it took only 2 IVF attempts to conceive their 2nd baby, and the 3rd one was conceived naturally.
There are lots of other famous people who are open about their IVF attempts. There are Khloe Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness.
All of them have been there, and it gives others some support and hope everything is going to be just great!