Dear Sir/Mrs reading this,
I would like to ask if you could possibly provide me with any kind of help in my following matter.
I have been with my fiancé for 3 years now and we decided that we want to get married this year on 23 September 2017.
We also decided, because we love children we would want to start with our own family straight after marriage.
Knowing this, I visited the doctor for a check-up on 8 March 2017, only to find out that I have an “acute retroverted uterus” – meaning that it is not just a tipped uterus, but it’s lower than it should be.
I know a lot of women have a retroverted uterus, but the doctor’s opinion states that mine is in such a place that if I don’t get an operation to fix this, I will most probably not fall pregnant and if I do it will be a very dangerous pregnancy for myself and baby. So the doctor advised me to get a medical aid immediately so he can refer me to a specialist to look at my options for an operation.
So now all the money that we were planning to save for the wedding every month will be going to a medical aid.
I will not be able to continue with saving for our wedding. I will also be going for a second opinion at Dr J Constantinides at Wilgers as soon as I can get an appointment.
Then I decided to turn to the Internet and found this solution. I immediately decided to get in contact with you
and ask if you maybe could possibly help us in some way.
I would appreciate it if you could help us with anything for our wedding. Since my health is more important to my fiancé and I, we will be focusing on the Doctors’ appointments and medical aid for me.
But we would be so grateful for any help you can provide towards our wedding.
I am turning 21 in April and I know I am still young, but having a family is important to me and I never thought this would happen to me.
But I would love to still get married to the man I love. I have most of the things planned and in order. And I have started paying deposits towards it. But my salary is R4000 monthly, not much that I can do with that as I am still studying. My fiancé Tiaan, helps out at his parents’ company as his father is getting old, but he doesn’t work for a salary, because there isn’t money for that.
We live in Modimolle, Limpopo, and up until I went for my doctors appointment, I thought we had the perfect little life.
I hope and pray that you will be able to make our big day come true.
I kindly thank you for your time and your donation.