Kelly Moseley, from Birmingham, endured 11 miscarriages each at about eight weeks before she contacted a miscarriage expert she had seen on television.
Hassan Shehata discovered that Kelly’s pregnancies were being attacked by “natural killer cells” present in her body and decided to treat her with hydroxychloroquine.
Initially, Kelly continued to miscarry – including losing two babies at five months – before one year of taking the drug, she found out she was pregnant and Tyler was born in April 2013. He is now nine months old.
Kelly had been trying for a baby since 2002 when she married her husband Alan.
Even though all her family and friends begged her to stop trying after so many heart-breaking miscarriages, she refused to give up.
When she saw Mr Shehata interviewed about his work helping women who had experienced recurrent miscarriages, she was encouraged and made contact with him.
Eventually she was referred to the consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist’s clinic at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust in Surrey.
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