Genuine Housewives of Atlanta reality star Kenya Moore who as of late respected her first little girl Brooklyn Doris with her better half Marc Daly after a high hazard pregnancy opened up about how she confronted numerous demise alarms amid her pregnancy in a meeting with People.
The 47-year-old first-time mother who experienced IVF treatment following quite a while of needing to begin her own family must be cut vertically and on a level plane amid her C-area after it was found that fibroids were standing out. “They couldn’t get the child out. There were every one of these complexities and they knew whether they cut into a fibroid, I could conceivably seep out and pass on,” clarified Kenya who likewise endured preeclampsia as her due date neared.
“So they ended up cutting me vertically too, to just get the baby out and make sure I survived the surgery. They were so scared they were going to lose me,”
Despite being scared by doctors who believed she was having an ectopic pregnancy which according to Healthline occurs within the fallopian tubes rather than in the uterus and having to endure an emergency C-section surgery that lasted for three hours – Kenya gave birth to a healthy little girl who she described as a miracle baby.
“Everything that could have gone wrong did go wrong. But she’s such a tough baby; so determined. And every step of the way, she kept surviving and getting stronger. She’s my miracle baby,” she explained.
The reality star isn’t the first celebrity who’s been quite candid about her difficulties with fertility and pregnancy; actress Gabrielle Union who recently welcomed her first daughter via surrogate has often been quite open about her fertility journey.
Along with world-renowned athlete and tennis star Serena Williams who also experienced several complications which almost led to the loss of her life especially with blood clots during her pregnancy, with her first daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian.