Pulse reader, Daniel, is really worried and confused that his wife would not be able to bear a child. What do you think he should do?
My name is Daniel. I got married to a woman I really loved four years ago and we have been looking forward to raising our family as we are both young and ready.
But try as much as we could, my wife has never taken in. We have gone for several tests but the results has always been that we are okay and that we should wait for God's time.
But with pressure from my parents, we decided to seek the advice of a visiting doctor from the United States and we were both shocked when he conducted series of tests and came out with the damning verdict that my wife has a ruptured fallopian tube caused probably by an abortion.
Worried and confused, I asked her if she had had an abortion and, in tears, she told me she had three abortions when she was in the university and that she almost lost her life in the last one which damaged her chances of having a child.
Presently, I am at a cross road and don't know what to do. I have told my parents and my mother in particular, wants me to divorce my wife and get another one who will give me children.
But I love her so much and would not want to send her packing but I need a child fast.
What do I do?
Dear readers, we ask on Morning Teaser today: what do you advice Daniel to do in this situation?