Joe and Jodi Garcia

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State Colorado
Surgery Date 3/13/04
Tube lengths L 6 R 5
Pregnancy 1 mc
Pregnancy 2 It's a Girl! 9/30/09
Pregnancy 3  




Emmalin Grace Garcia

We would like to announce the birth of our miracle baby, born September 30th 2009. She weighed 4lbs 6ozs and 18 in. long.  Thanks so much to God, and Dr.'s Perez and Levy for helping to bring our daughter into our lives. We are truly blessed and grateful!

We had our TR back on March 12, 2004 and:

We just wanted to give an update on our story. We lost our little one to an early miscarriage in 2006.

But we are excited and thrilled to announce we are expecting again! This little one is doing well and the ultrasounds indicate a healthy baby on the way. We are due on October 14, 2009, the same day as our youngest's birthday, he's 14!! I am currently around 10 weeks pregnant!! God answers prayers, I've learned it's not always what we want to here or in our timing but he never ever leaves us. Sometimes we just have to be quiet long enough to here him. FIVE years later and we are expecting our FIRST reversal blessing!! AMAZING GRACE!! We will keep you all posted on our progress and pictures when he/she arrives.

Thank you sooooo much to Dr.'s Perez and Levi for giving the gift of wholeness back to me and soooo many women. They have hands and souls that have been blessed by our Lord and they do his work with such devotion and kindness!! God bless both of you!!

God Bless, The Garcia family

December 2006

We have just been given a true Christmas miracle, we have just been told we are expecting a baby on August 15,2007. We had our tubal reversal on March 13, 2004. We are so excited and feel truly blessed with a wonderful gift from our Heavenly Father.

Thank you so much to Dr. Perez, Dr. Levi, and the staff. God Bless you all!

March 2004

First and foremost Praise GOD! Our journey began on March 10th. My husband Joe and I drove from Colorado Springs to Albuquerque to leave our son JoJo with Joe's sister. We then flew from Albuquerque to Dallas/Ft.Worth on March 12th to join our wonderful God given friends Brian and Kate, who made the rest of the journey with us. Once we arrived in McAllen we all met up with Fanny who is very sweet I must add. The car was very clean and comfy. Passing through the border was a little scary for me, not that it was bad, I just had a little anxiety going into the unknown. I really was very grateful that Joe and I had our dear friends with us to share the journey. It made the unknown a little easier for me.

Once we got to the hospital I was very impressed with the overly friendly staff and I say that because you don't find that in the U.S. I'll admit, I was SCARED but very shortly after being taken to my new home for the next 2 days Dr. Levi came in and really made me feel comfortable. He even brought me and Joe a VCR with English movies ( how awesome is that!?) I was scheduled for surgery the next morning but he asked me if I wanted to go that night. I said yes real fast, I wanted to get it over with so I could do away with some of the anxiety.

The nurse came in and started my I.V. in one try. I was off to surgery!!!! The operating room was a little scary but seeing the cross really relaxed me because I knew God was right there with me and Joe. When Dr. Moreno (the anesthetist) gave me the bye-bye med I was as happy as a hog in a cool pile of mud. Joe said I talked non stop in Spanish about how good the medication was and kept asking for more even though I was not feeling anything, except sheer happiness maybe. I ended up with 6 on one side and 5 on the other. The first night was really difficult, I cried a lot for my mom and kids. My mom is an R.N. and said that was normal with anesthesia. So ladies, it is o.k. to cry and be overly emotional! After all, it is an emotional roller coaster from beginning to end, but I assure you it does end.

I really can't tell you how awesome Dr. Perez and Dr. Levi are. They genuinely care. I wish we had Dr's in the U.S. who really take the time to care as they do. The flight home was very do-able considering I had to come home with my Foley catheter still in ( not the norm!). Although my wonderful DEAR friends were able to fly 1st class because of Brian's well earned frequent flier miles, Joe and I rode coach and the airline was very sympathetic to me and let us board with our friends so that I could get more comfy before everyone else boarded the plane.

Over all the trip was great and I would highly recommend Dr. Perez to anyone. I wish you all many BLESSINGS.

Joe and Jodi Garcia


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