Helena (Vera Fischer) is going to get pregnant to save her daughter’s life in Family Ties. The beautician will take all care to maintain the pregnancy, but will be scared by a little bleeding. “I can’t lose this baby”, the blonde will say to her doctor in the soap opera shown in Vale a Pena Ver de Novo.
In a consultation with the gynecologist, Helena will take several tests to be evaluated. The doctor will say that they are all normal. Then she will warn that on ultrasound she saw the presence of a small clot.
Concerned, the beautician will ask if it is serious, but the specialist will say that at first it is not. “You are 44 years old. At your age, pregnancy is considered risky. You know that. But don’t worry, with the necessary care and the correct prenatal care, your pregnancy will be smooth”, will calm the obstetrician.
She will ask if Helena has noticed anything different and will ask Yvete’s friend (Soraya Ravenle) to share everything. “No, nothing like that of importance. I felt a little dark bleeding in my panties, but as it was very small I didn’t give it any more importance. No colic, but I felt a heaviness in my belly”, will specify the blonde.
The woman will make some notes and give directions. “I will need to make some recommendations”, warns the doctor.
Helena will accept whatever the expert says. “I do whatever you say. I just can’t lose this baby. No way”, warns Camila’s mother (Carolina Dieckmann).
In the plot, the protagonist had sex with Pedro (José Mayer) to get pregnant with a baby that could be a compatible bone marrow donor for Camila, who fights against cancer. The child will be the daughter of the same father and mother of the student, although she does not yet know that she is the daughter of the farm administrator.
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