Luvresia & Paxon Jefferson
Oct 01,1999 rings
Aug 14, 2004
It's a Girl!
It's a Girl!
Pregnancy #3 edd
7cm both sides
Simone V. Jefferson
In December of 2006 I discovered I
was expecting reversal baby #2. She was born July 6,2007 at
4am. She was 6 pounds and 3 ounces.
Ri'Conna Delores Jefferson
June 18, 2005 1:16 am In gave birth to my little miracle. She weighed
5 pounds and 15 ounces 20 inches long. It was a stressful delivery I
had Gestational diabetes and was induced at 38 weeks then during the
delivery developed preeclampsia, but finally seeing her was worth
Once again I
thank Dr. Perez for making my dream of having another child a
Well Hello, it has been a long time
since I have updated. I was remembering how not too long ago my
heart was heavy with regret of having a tubal ligation along with
the fear of not being able to have another child. Well I come
with 2 additional testimonies of the blessings that God and Dr.
Perez have given me.
In December of 2006 I discovered I
was expecting reversal baby #2. This past Sunday we celebrated
her 1st birthday. Just days ago I took a pregnancy test to discover
reversal baby #3 will be arriving February of 2009. At first I must
confess I was shocked,upset mortified, thinking what are we going to
do with ANOTHER baby. Thinking back to how I felt not sooo long ago,
how desperately I wanted to have and hold a baby, sometimes its easy
to forget how blessed we truly are, how loving and wonderful God is.
I love my children and feel fortunate to be carrying my 6th child.
My miracle, my blessing, thank you Dr. Perez.
Well, on Monday the 18th my hubby purchased a first response test.
He had been feeling nauseous for about a week so he thought it was a
sign to test. I took it and got a negative. I was having some mild
cramps all week so I just knew I going to start. My hubby said we
have one left it can't hurt to take it. So it took the test and
started the timer when it went off I looked and it was a faint
positive I could not believe it. I went out and purchased another
brand this time I got a big fat positive. Since Thursday I have
taken like 6 test and it still has not sunk in. I'm due July 1,
2005. Anyone who still is not sure that Dr. Perez is the one to
perform your tr believe me when I say he is a miracle worker. It has
only been 2 and a half months and here I am pregnant. I feel so
blessed and fortunate to have been able to go to Rio Bravo for my
I will try to keep this short and to give you an opportunity to
enjoy the other wonderful stories that have been shared (having read
many of them personally)..
I had my TL in August of 1999 after having my 3rd child I was 25 at
the time and very overwhelmed. I had a 5 year old, a 1 year old and
now a newborn (yes I know) so I surely felt the LORD had blessed me
a little too much. Just a few years after the fact I wanted a baby,
investigated the reversal operation but was very expensive so felt I
would never have another child. We moved to Arizona in August of
2003 and I got online to find about shopping and stuff of that
nature when I found the reversal groups and that is how I found out
about Dr. Perez. Well, here is my story.........
My husband and I flew to Austin Texas (that was as close as we could
get we got a wonderful price just $278 round trip per person on
America west) At the airport we rented a car and started our journey
to Harlingen where we would spend the night and meet up with our
ride Fanny. The drive took most of the day we got some dinner and
went off to bed, my husband did anyway I was awake, tossing turning,
nervous about what would happen the following day in surgery. 6 am
came early and we headed out to McAllen. Fanny was very nice even
stopped so that we could get a camera. The hospital was very small
but utterly clean - when everyone says that it was clean they were
not lying! It just had a fresh and clean smell. Fanny translated
some of the information on the release forms that me and my DH had
to sign prior to surgery.
DR Levi came in asked a few medical questions, I got into my gown
and the nurse came in to start my iv. She was so good - nurses
always have a hard time finding my veins, I'm a blind stick, she
found it with just one prick I was totally impressed. I got into a
wheel chair and we were off to the OR. Dr. Levi took my hubby off to
get into scrubs and to get washed up I was going to get my epidural.
I was given something in my iv because I never felt anything. I
would fall asleep then wake up and ask questions (I think I was
driving my husband crazy he kept saying honey go to sleep). I
remember hearing him say what is that balloon thing so my eyes
opened and I said what balloon thing?!!! Dr. Levi informed me it was
a cyst that popped up when he was looking at my tubes. I truly don't
remember much pain just soreness mostly. Post op Dr. Levi told me I
had a cyst that had been on my tubes for about 6 years that whoever
performed my tl should have seen it, also it had four smaller ones
growing on it - of course he removed everything told me I would feel
much better with all of that out. I was left with 7cm on both sides.
I never got to meet DR. Perez but he truly is a master in his trade.
I went to my family doctor to remove the stitches and they just
raved on his technique he used and said that I would have minimal
scarring and everything look good. I feel truly blessed to have gone
to Rio Bravo and if it was possible I would return to have Dr. Perez
deliver my child. Even though there was a language barrier you
understood each other I never had any problems getting a point
across or vice versa for that matter everyone was wonderful. We took
some pictures and headed back home.
I thank GOD for the many blessings he has given and will give me, I
will always be humble to his mercy and power. I will pray for us all
to heal inside and out getting this done is truly a blessing.
GOD speed to you all.