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Blind expectant mother ‘sees’ her unborn baby for the first time

Blind expectant mother ‘sees’ her unborn baby for the first time

A blind expectant mother has been given the gift of 'seeing' her unborn child thanks to 3D printing.

Blind expectant mother ‘sees’ her unborn baby for the first time

For any expectant parents, ultrasounds examinations are truly special moments that offer an exciting first glimpse at the unborn child. For 30-year-old mother-to-be Tatiana Guerra, however, this was something she thought she would never be able to do, having lost her sight permanently at 17 years of age.

But, in a very moving and heartwarming turn of events, her doctors, with the help of a mobile 3D-printing station, were able to surprise the mum-to-be her with a bust of her unborn son Murilo.

The heartwarming images and video have been shared the world over and are part of a larger campaign by Huggies Brasil , who are also providing other mothers with the same opportunity.

30-year-old Tatiana Guerra, who is blind, thought she’d never get to see her unborn son…

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As a surprise, her doctors 3D-printed little Murilo’s ultrasound and gave it to her

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“See if he feels the way you think he does…”

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“I’m very happy to meet Murilo. Before he’s born,” Guerra said.

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Watch for yourself in this moving video as Tatiana ‘sees’ her son Murilo:

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