A teenager who has lost 50 kg will have a son – after being told that she may never become a mother

A teenager who lost 50 kilos in 18 months after being bullied for her weight gave birth to her first child.

Georgia Nesbit, 19, from Matamata, New Zealand, discovered that she was pregnant exactly two years after she lost all weight and one year after she started her studies.

Georgia was overjoyed when she found out she was pregnant because she was told earlier that there was a good chance she would never become a mother.

& # 39; I have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), which I discovered when I was 15 and was told that I would have trouble having children and losing weight, & # 39; Georgia told FEMAIL.

& # 39; One of my motives for losing weight was to have children, it was not a planned pregnancy and I was already under the spell of births, so it was a huge shock. & # 39;

Georgia Nesbit, 19, from Matamata, New Zealand, discovered that she was pregnant exactly two years after she lost all weight and one year after she started her studies.

Georgia Nesbit, 19, from Matamata, New Zealand, discovered that she was pregnant exactly two years after she lost all weight and one year after she started her studies.

During her first scan, a cyst of 3.9 centimeters was found on the right ovary of Georgia, which means that pregnancy should have been even harder.

& # 39; It was very amazing to see my little baby being conceived as my body went through it, it feels reassuring to know that I now have my son and a family, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; I am young and I am also a mother, but I really think that my weight loss has affected the fact that I became pregnant. & # 39;

Although Georgia could not be more enthusiastic about her oncoming baby, it was not an easy pregnancy.

Georgia was overjoyed when she found out she was pregnant because she was told earlier that there was a good chance she would never become a mother

Georgia was overjoyed when she found out she was pregnant because she was told earlier that there was a good chance she would never become a mother

Georgia was overjoyed when she found out she was pregnant because she was told earlier that there was a good chance she would never become a mother

& # 39; I have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) that I discovered when I was 15 and was told that I would have trouble having children and losing weight, & # 39; she told FEMAIL

& # 39; I have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) that I discovered when I was 15 and was told that I would have trouble having children and losing weight, & # 39; she told FEMAIL

& # 39; I have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) that I discovered when I was 15 and was told that I would have trouble having children and losing weight, & # 39; she told FEMAIL

She was seriously ill, which meant she had to be kept in the hospital overnight because she had hyperemesis, which is a serious type of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.

This lasted the entire pregnancy which meant that daily tasks became extremely difficult and she started to get sick at work.

This meant that she had to give up the gym and even had to walk, because sometimes she could hardly stand, let alone walk.

& # 39; Everything was a challenge. Foods that I used to eat could no longer be viewed or touched, and food that I kept away from falling away became my best friend, & she said.

& # 39; It was very amazing to see that my little baby was conceived while my body was experiencing this, it feels reassuring to know that I now have my son and a family & she said.

& # 39; It was very amazing to see that my little baby was conceived while my body was experiencing this, it feels reassuring to know that I now have my son and a family & she said.

& # 39; It was very amazing to see that my little baby was conceived while my body was experiencing this, it feels reassuring to know that I now have my son and a family & she said.

During this period she would eat a lot of carbohydrates and herself & # 39; quickly and easily & # 39; filling up, especially because she had no appetite.

Her son Braxton was born on February 2, 2019, and Georgia said he was the & # 39; most satisfied baby ever & # 39; is.

& # 39; I had a good birth and my recovery was very easy, it meant I could travel a lot and heal faster, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; I took the opportunity to lose weight as quickly as possible. I started to eat clean again, ate less filling food and I go for a walk every day when Braxton falls asleep.

# I only have nine pounds up to my weight before pregnancy. Before I became pregnant, the weight was the hardest part, and for everyone on a comparable journey they will be able to relate, the hardest part won't get it, it will hold out. & # 39;

Georgia found it very difficult before pregnancy to keep the 73 pounds that she managed to make herself too small.

She was seriously ill, which meant she had to be kept in the hospital overnight because she had hyperemesis, which is a serious type of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, which meant she had to give up the gym and walking

She was seriously ill, which meant she had to be kept in the hospital overnight because she had hyperemesis, which is a serious type of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, which meant she had to give up the gym and walking

She was seriously ill, which meant she had to be kept in the hospital overnight because she had hyperemesis, which is a serious type of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, which meant she had to give up the gym and walking

She explained that she found that a stay in the range of 80 to 90 kilos, so 10 to 12 kilos heavier, really helped her and that she managed to stay at this point for a year and a half.

She gained a little more weight during her last year of high school, but Georgia said she was & # 39; super happy & # 39; wash with her weight.

& # 39; There was no reason for it, I think it is what my body wanted and needed. It wasn't used to being so small and I didn't want to get obsessed about that or my weight, & she said.

& As long as I can maintain a healthy lifestyle forever, I am happy, that is my only goal to achieve with health and fitness.

& # 39; Some days are more difficult than others, but it is also true for parenthood, work and study, because everything that is good in life takes time, consistency, hard work, a positive attitude and attention to detail. & # 39 ;

She explained that she found that a stay in the range of 80 to 90 kilos, so 10 to 12 kilos heavier, really helped her and that she managed to stay at this point for a year and a half.

She explained that she found that a stay in the range of 80 to 90 kilos, so 10 to 12 kilos heavier, really helped her and that she managed to stay at this point for a year and a half.

She explained that she found that a stay in the range of 80 to 90 kilos, so 10 to 12 kilos heavier, really helped her and that she managed to stay at this point for a year and a half.

Previously Georgia told FEMAIL that she wanted to lose weight from the age of ten, but found it a struggle because of her unhealthy eating habits.

At that age she weighed 98 kilos and by the time she turned 15, she gave a weight of 123 kilos – well classified in the obese category.

It is also more than 50 kilos above what the average woman 15 years and older weighs in New Zealand, a country that has had to deal with an obesity crisis in recent years.

As a child, Georgia received money to buy breakfast at a bakery on the way to school – so she often opted for fried chicken or mud cake.

Her weight kept increasing as she entered her teenage years.

What was her diet before?

Breakfast: Fried chicken or mud cake

Other times she would just skip the meal

Lunch: Two sandwiches with white bread and processed lunch meat

Dinner: Chicken, microwave pasta, frozen vegetables

What is her diet now?

Breakfast: Porridge with banana or scrambled eggs with vegetables, tomato, kale and red onion

Lunch: Chicken salad or leftovers

Snack: Cruskits with avocado, ham and tomato

Dinner: Stir-fry, low-carb burgers, salad or meat and vegetables

Previously Georgia told FEMAIL that she wanted to lose weight from the age of ten, but found it a struggle because of her unhealthy eating habits

Previously Georgia told FEMAIL that she wanted to lose weight from the age of ten, but found it a struggle because of her unhealthy eating habits

Previously Georgia told FEMAIL that she wanted to lose weight from the age of ten, but found it a struggle because of her unhealthy eating habits

& # 39; I would walk down the street and many people would look at me because of how tall I was, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; I ate mud cake and baked chicken for breakfast for breakfast or lunch. I would go to the bakery and choose what I wanted.

& # 39; I drank a lot of carbonated drinks and I loved everything that was really unhealthy. & # 39;

I ate mud cake and baked chicken for breakfast for breakfast or lunch.

Her confidence continued to plummet when other children would tease her for her size and because she was forced to wear her mother's clothing.

& # 39; I had to wear my mother's clothes because children's clothes didn't suit me & # 39 ;, she added. & # 39; I was bullied because of my weight and the way I looked. & # 39;

Obesity also runs in the Georgia family – her grandmother died there at 10 pm – and she feared that she would eat herself in an early grave if she didn't change her lifestyle.

Over the course of 18 months, Georgia's weight dropped from 123 pounds to 73 pounds

Over the course of 18 months, Georgia's weight dropped from 123 pounds to 73 pounds

Over the course of 18 months, Georgia's weight dropped from 123 pounds to 73 pounds

& # 39; One day when I was fifteen, I was sitting with my best friend and she turned to me and said she was really worried about me and she was afraid that I would die if I didn't stop like to be unhealthy, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; That a best friend says to you is very difficult, but I thought it was really necessary. & # 39;

She added: & # 39; My grandmother died when she was 22. She died because she was obese.

& # 39; That's another reason I wanted to lose weight because I thought about her a lot and when I was older, people said I always looked just like my grandmother.

Her grandmother weighed maybe 10 pounds more than she did at her heaviest age, Georgia said.

As a child, Georgia received money to buy breakfast at a bakery on the way to school - so she often opted for fried chicken or mud cake

As a child, Georgia received money to buy breakfast at a bakery on the way to school - so she often opted for fried chicken or mud cake

As a child, Georgia received money to buy breakfast at a bakery on the way to school – so she often opted for fried chicken or mud cake

She went to the gym in May 2015 and started training five times a week. In combination with a healthy diet, her weight dropped to 73 kilos after 18 months

She went to the gym in May 2015 and started training five times a week. In combination with a healthy diet, her weight dropped to 73 kilos after 18 months

She went to the gym in May 2015 and started training five times a week. In combination with a healthy diet, her weight dropped to 73 kilos after 18 months

She added: “It really scared me. [Obesity] is certainly in my family's genes and many of my family members are overweight.

& # 39; I was afraid that I would die so young. I was once in the hospital and I can't walk up the stairs.

When doctors advised her to look at gastric band surgery when she turned 18, which would cost NZ $ 18,000, she was even more determined to prove that she could lose weight naturally.

She went to the gym in May 2015 and started training five times a week. In combination with a healthy diet, her weight dropped to 73 kilograms after 18 months.

& # 39; I watched people online and saw what they did and what they ate and it was inspiring.

& # 39; I learned a lot about cutting food and carbohydrates and ate all natural foods and started training for one hour five hours a week. & # 39;