On February 26th, 2005 I walked into Mrs. Johnson's residence for our discussion of what is one of the happiest days of her life. It was an inviting house. The room smelled like vanilla and everything was very tidy like most expected mothers houses usually are. Mrs. Johnson is a long time friend so I notice the excitement in here eyes to talk to me about her new addition. She said that nobody has ever wanted to write about her feeling of her pregnancy and with two other children excited to have an adult to talk too. We sat down on her couch and she turned toward me eager to know what I was going to ask.
Mrs. Johnson is 28 years old. She has had two other children a girl and a boy. This is here third pregnancy. She is in her ninth month and still looks active and happy. I wanted to know if this pregnancy was planned and she looks at me with a smile. She said "We tried for three months to get pregnant." Mrs. Johnson explained that three years ago she had a gastric bypass surgery and the doctor didn't think it was a good idea for her to become pregnant. Gastric Bypass Surgery is generally considered to be the best surgical procedure for the treatment of obesity. Weight loss is achieved by reducing the functional portion of the stomach to a pouch one ounce or less in size, and by creating a stoma, a small opening between the stomach and the intestine. When you are pregnant you need to consume more food than four ounces and that is all she can eat at one time. It doesn't matter if it is food or drink. Mrs. Johnson didn't have any tests done before pregnancy. Mrs. Johnson said that she knew she was pregnant really quickly. After being pregnant twice before you know the signs she says. Mrs. Johnson said that she had nausea, missed menstrual, and tender breasts. She used a pregnancy test and it was positive. Later a blood test from the base hospital confirmed that she was pregnant. I was very concerned when she said that the doctors didn't agree with the pregnancy so...
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