Mabel Makun, wife of popular Nigerian comedian, AY, has finally shared her ordeal in the journey and hard times she had to endure, before she and her husband could conceive and have their second baby.
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Recall that LatestNGnews.com reported that Ayo Makun and his wife, Mabel, welcomed their second child whom they named Ayomide, on January 16 after couple had waited for 13 years after having their first child.
She shared a summary of what she had to go through on her handle this morning, Mabel revealed that during their waiting period, she suffered three miscarriages with no medical reasons as to why they occurred.
According to Mabel, she also suffered anal bleeding, difficulty in breathing, and was not in a good mental space while she was pregnant.
She pointed that walking down this memory lane will definitely trigger some bad feeling, but she strongly mainteined that she’s sharing her story so that it can serve as a motivation to Someone else other there.
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In her words; Mabel Makun said;
”This will definitely trigger my emotions, the plan was to close/open my eyes and make it all disappear but then again I thought to myself, Mabel you have to encourage someone out there.
Three miscarriages with no medical explanations as to the reasons why. It was the same pattern as before, every single thing that happened with the others, happened again, only this time more but I was determined to hold on tight to God and not fail.
Anal bleeding, threatened miscarriage, difficulty in breathing, I wasn’t psychologically and mentally stable and that, was the hardest part for me, my emotions were all over the place,
taking a deep breath in and out to stop myself every time I felt the urge to just break down and cry, struggling within not to blame myself for not protecting and fighting for the survival of the babies I lost, placenta separation, weak uterus.
Truthfully I was exhausted, how I got here today is not something that I can explain but I just know that God was and is still with me and Ayomide, for this we are eternally grateful
You are God all by yourself and you will never share your glory with anyone. From the depth of my heart, I want to thank you all for the messages, prayers and yes the love is overwhelming.
God bless you all for me”