My long struggle against breast cancer began in 2016. In early 2018 I was declared to have recovered, but by the end of 2018, my cancer had grown again. While undergoing the chemotherapy process in early 2019, I planned to have a sterile family planning program. However, in January 2019, I was pregnant.
A doctor asked me to choose, either saving myself as the mother or saving my baby. He told me that it was impossible to undergo both, the chemotherapy and the pregnancy. I was frantic. Then I consulted with an oncologist. This oncologist said the opposite. He strengthened me to continue my pregnancy. I also met an obstetrician who encouraged me to keep on maintaining this pregnancy. I became more determined to fight for the little angel in my body.
At the age of 8 months of my pregnancy, I had a cesarean section. My baby was crying loudly, reminiscent me of the twists and turns of my struggle. He was health. Now, I am still undergoing cancer treatment while continuing my duty as an elementary teacher. My baby is also getting stronger. I am sure that this miracle happened because of God’s help.