An attorney for a woman who has a miscarriage says the myth that it’s “impossible” to get pregnant is one that’s been perpetuated for generations.
Iyanna Faith, who is currently pregnant with her second child, tells TODAY’S “60 Minutes” that myths surrounding pregnancy are a myth because it’s scientifically proven that pregnancy can happen.
“The only thing that is not scientifically proven is that it is impossible for a human being to get a pregnancy,” Faith said.
“If a human can’t do it, then they have no right to say it’s impossible.
That is a myth.
It’s a myth.”
Iyana Faith’s second child was born in March.
“I have seen women come in with a miscarriage and they say, ‘Well, that’s the first pregnancy I ever had.
I had a miscarriage,'” she said.
I yana faith, right, and the mother of a baby born in late March.
Faith said she feels “ashamed” about her daughter’s pregnancy.
“What do I say?
I feel ashamed that this has happened to me,” she said, adding, “I’ve cried for days, I’ve cried over it.”
I yanna faith, and her second daughter, Olivia.
Faith, who lives in Los Angeles, is also the mother to Olivia, a child with Down syndrome who is being raised by her father.
“She’s going to be a great little girl,” she told TODAY.
“Her father is a doctor, he’s a very strong person and he wants to be her guardian.
She has this amazing, amazing ability to look after her.”
Iyganta Faith has been trying to conceive since she was 20 years old.
“It is very hard to conceive,” Iygana Faith told TODAY’ s “60 minutes.”
“I’ve never been in a situation where I was trying to have a child, so it’s hard,” she continued.
Iyganta is in the process of seeking an abortion, but she says the idea of her pregnancy being the cause of infertility is so distressing that she is not considering it.
If she were to abort her pregnancy, Iygna Faith, right.
Iyganna Faith is currently expecting her second son, Olivia, and wants to have another child, too.
After being told that she would never conceive again, Iyna Faith began researching the topic and found that it wasn’t so far-fetched.
“[A miscarriage is] not like any other type of birth defect that’s out there,” she explained.
“It’s not like the ovarian cysts that happen in other conditions where the ovaries are shut down.”
Faith said she is hoping to get an abortion but is worried about the impact the procedure would have on her child.
Since Iyanna Faith’s miscarriage, she has been a surrogate mother to her daughter Olivia, right and a surrogate mom to her son, right (in this photo from TODAY’s “60 seconds with Iygra Faith”).
Iyanna’s daughter Olivia and Iyganna faith.
The miscarriage did not change her outlook on the whole topic.
IYANNA FOSTER: I had no idea that pregnancy could happen, but I was still in the dark.
The thing I learned is that you can get pregnant, and you can have a baby, and that pregnancy happens.
When I was 20, I thought I would never get pregnant again.
Now, it has been over a year since I had my second child.
I was a virgin before I had Olivia, but the truth is, I was already pregnant before Olivia was born.
I never wanted to be pregnant again and I never thought about having a baby after I lost my virginity.
In addition to her pregnancy and her child, Iymana Faith is raising her two sons, Olivia and Eli.
Iymanna Faith told “60 MINUTES” that she and Olivia have been through a lot together.
Eli is “a little bit of a freak.
I have always had my weird side,” she recalled.
He was just born a month before Olivia and he is a big boy now.
I think I have been trying not to worry about that.
I want him to be happy and healthy and strong.
Fertility experts believe that many women who have miscarriages have a low-grade, benign type of ovary that develops in the fallopian tubes, where fertilized eggs implant in the uterine lining.
A low- grade ovary in the Fallopian tubes is not a normal condition.
For those who do have a fallopian tube, the problem is that the egg that is fertilized has not yet been laid, meaning that the fertilized egg cannot be implanted.
This is known as a microdeletion and it is the reason why miscarriage is so common.
Even though I was told that I had lost my