Sarah's Operation

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Caution: This Erotic Sex Story contains strong sexual content, including Ma/Fa, Fa/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Lesbian, Heterosexual, TransGender, Shemale, Fiction, Polygamy/Polyamory, Oral Sex, Anal Sex, Masturbation, Sex Toys, Squirting, Cream Pie, Voyeurism, Double Penetration, Analingus, .

Desc: Erotic Sex Story: The story of how a married triad almost become a couple and how their lives changed as Sarah finally had her operation.

PREVIOUSLY IN THE SARAH (and LISA) AND GREG SERIES Sarah and Greg met, talked, fell in love, lived together, and got married. However, it was not a traditional couple since Sarah was born into the wrong body, a male's body. Although she looked like a beautiful woman to most people, she still had a cock. On their honeymoon, Sarah and Greg met Lisa who eventually became the third member of their marriage. All three lived happily together and more secure as their triad became accepted by all of the immediate relatives as they found out. Then one day, Lisa got pregnant by Sarah, and the three has a beautiful baby girl, Amy. A few years later, Greg got Lisa pregnant. It is a typical pregnancy, but something goes wrong during the delivery.

PAUL'S BIRTH AND THE AFTERMATH When it was time for the birth, all three grandparents were there for the delivery and to look after Amy. Everything went along as before. After the baby was born, Greg and Sarah came out to announce to the four of them, "It's a boy!"

There were lots of hugs – the biggest hugs coming from Amy, who sort of knew what was going on – and congratulations all around, when suddenly there was a huge commotion in the delivery room. Greg and Sarah turned in time to see a doctor rush into the room and a nurse rush out of the room with the baby. When Sarah and Greg tried to go in to see what was the matter, a nurse stood in their way, telling them that the doctors needed space.

Amy was too young to know what was going on but knew that the five grown-ups in the room who were her security looked very worried and Momma Lisa was still in the other room.

As the time crawled by, Greg and Sarah both felt waves of tears and nausea. Amy tried to comfort them the way she had been comforted when she was scared – a pat on the back, a hug, a kiss on the forehead – but her parents seemed no better, which scared her. She occasionally looked at her grandparents, but they were also looking scared. So Amy went from one to the other, hugging and trying to make it all better. She could not understand why the hugs did not work.

At some point, each grandparent in turn left to check on the new baby. When John or Joy or Betty would return, he or she would announce that the boy was doing fine, trying to bring some silver lining to what was going on.

After an hour, the Dr. Fields came out to inform Greg of what was going on. He looked directly at Greg and said, "She's stable enough that we can take her into surgery. In a moment, we'll wheel her out of the room and down the hall." He paused to let that sink in.

Sarah started to asked, "Is she... ?", but had to stop talking as the her voiced choked up, unable to ask the question to which she did not necessarily want an answer.

The doctor knew the question and answered, "It is too soon to tell. I'll keep monitoring what's going on with her and give you updates on the hour."

Greg looked confused, and the doctor read the look, "I'm not the surgeon. Dr. Sams will perform the surgery; he's the one in there with her now. He is excellent and will do anything that is humanly possible." The doctor went on to give more detail about what was happening, but Greg and Sarah were lost in thought, unable to comprehend much at the moment. Their parents tried to follow, but they were more concerned with their children and grandchildren. However, all of them appreciated the doctor trying to fill them in.

A few minutes later, the doors opened, and Lisa, still on the bed – her eyes closed – was wheeled out and down the hall. Sarah lost it first, sitting and melting into a ball of tears. Greg followed shortly. As Amy walked over, Sarah grabbed her and hugged her tightly; Greg moved closer and hugged them both. The sobs and wails could be heard down the hall. Betty and Joy walked over and rubbed their kids' backs, the way they had done when their children were small. John maintained his composure in public, trying to think of something to say or to do. He leaned over to Amy and asked, "Do you want to see your new baby brother?"

Amy nodded and was released from her parents' grips. John took her hand and the two walked silently down to the nursery. When they got there, John picked Amy up and pointed to her new baby brother. She was amazed at how small and helpless he looked. As John stared at his new grandson, a tear formed in his eye. He tried to hide his emotion as best as he could, but Amy spotted the tear as it flowed down his cheek. She hugged him.

John turned and walked over to some chairs near by. He hugged Amy as hard as he could without hurting her and said, "I know you don't know what is going on and you don't understand everything that I am saying right now, but sometimes grown-ups have..." He struggled with the words to use which might be understood by a toddler; it had been a long time since he had to talk to one. " ... problems. A hug from you helps a great deal, but some problems require more than hugs." He leaned back and looked her in the eyes, trying to decide if she understood any of what he was saying. When she hugged him hard, he knew that she understood something. Then, more to himself than his granddaughter, he said, "Everything will work out. God will not give us more than we can bear – no matter how much it might seem otherwise at the moment."

John looked at the beautiful, little girl with him. He saw Sarah and Lisa in her, and deep inside, he knew she was going to be an incredible woman when she grew up. He had a moment of peace within himself as he held the future. He stood, picking Amy up, and looked at his grandson. John had a feeling of peace sweep over him again. And coincidentally, at that moment, the newborn stopped crying, and John swore to the end of his life, the baby looked him straight in the eye and smiled.

John turned to Amy and asked, "Are you ready to see your dad and Momma Sarah?" Amy nodded, and the two of them walked hand in hand back to the grief-filled waiting room. John, feeling emboldened and partially concerned that his timing was going to be off, let go of Amy's hand walked over to his son and first daughter-in-law and said, "You two, come with me."

Greg and Sarah rose to follow, not really thinking much at the moment. John led them to the nursery and pointed at their new baby boy. "I understand your grief. I am barely holding it together myself, but that boy in there needs you. I'm praying that Lisa's okay and asking the good Lord to see her through this, but no matter what God's plans are, that boy in there needs you." As Greg and Sarah were beginning to think about what John said, John turned and hugged Sarah, kissing her forehead. Then he hugged Greg.

John stepped back, and hoping to lighten the mood, said, "If that boy in there gets any crap for being born on the day Lisa had trouble, I am going to come down and kick your asses." As he smiled, Greg started to laugh. Needing the release, Sarah joined him, until they both start crying, again.

Greg hugged his dad and said, "Thank you." Sarah stepped over, stood up on her toes, and kissed John on the cheek. "Thanks, dad."

About then, Amy and her two grandmothers walked in. The slightly lighter mood caught them by surprise, and they assumed there was good news about Lisa. John told them there was no news, but they should leave the young ones to spend a moment with their new son and brother. As the three grandparents turned, John said to the kids, "We'll check on Lisa. Take the time you need with your son." Then he added in one more comment, "And at some point, let us know what to call him."

Sarah turned and replied, "Paul John Booth". When he heard the middle name, John held back no more and let the tears stream down his face.

Joy hugged him closely, as Greg commented, "I never thought I would ever see my dad cry."

John faked defensiveness and said, "It's all the ... cigarette smoke."

"In a hospital? Right, dad." Then father and son smiled at each other. The grandparents walked out, leaving Greg, Sarah, and Amy to admire the newest addition to the family and to give them a moment of happiness before they had to face harsher truths.

As the three of them looked at Paul, a nurse came out and asked if they would like to hold him. "Yes!" Sarah exclaimed. The three were taken into an intermediate room. The nurse invited them to sit in the rocking chairs while she went to get Paul. A minute later, she returned, handing him to Greg first. Greg looked down and saw his son. A tear dripped down his own cheek and landed on Paul's cheek. He wiped it up and beamed with joy. He handed Paul to Sarah, who smiled widely.

Amy walked over and touched Paul's small face. Greg reminded her, "Be gentle; he's still very new." Amy nodded, and Greg wondered why he worded it like that.

After a few minutes, the nurse came to take Paul back to the nursery so that they could check on Lisa.

When Lisa's spouses and their daughter met up with the grandparents, there was no news. Greg walked over to his father and hugged him, whispering, "Thanks." His dad nodded.

All six of them sat there worrying. After another fifteen minutes crept by, Dr. Fields came out. The adults subconsciously leaned forward. The doctor walked over to Greg and said, "The surgery will probably take another two hours. They have identified the problem and are working to fix it." He said more, but Greg and the others did not hear much past 'identified the problem'.

When Dr. Fields asked, "Are there any questions?", they snapped back.

Greg asked, "What are her chances?"

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