But seven years ago it didn't seem possible. she weighed 340 pounds, had high blood pressure and was pre-diabetic. Her doctor gave her devastating news, that her chances of conceiving would be very slim, practically impossible.
The 33 Year old says that was her wakeup call. She says she immediately started researching weight loss surgery.
Dr. Mitchell Roslin says a growing number of obese women are resorting to surgery to help fertility.
Dr. Roslin explains that having excess fat changes the concentration of the hormones that actually regulate menstruation and ovulation.
It's estimated about half of American women over 20 are either overweight or obese. Doctors say losing even 10 percent of your body weight can help increase fertility and help prevent pregnancy complications.
Jassira lost 66 pounds just six months after surgery. She also got a big surprise, she found out she was pregnant.
She now has two boys and weighs 160 pounds,
Jassira says she's happy with her weight, and even happier with her family.
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