‘Doctors Said My Fallopian Tube Will Burst’ – How Princess Shyngle lost her pregnancy
Ghanaian actress Princess Shyngle has disclosed that she has suffered ectopic pregnancy – a health condition that she says threatened her fallopian tube.
“This is a video of me when I was so depressed and sad, June 27th, 2021 hands down the worst day of my life,” she wrote.
“After celebrating for weeks and preparing for my new bundle, started shopping for baby clothes, shopping for maternity sexy clothes, planning pregnancy photoshoots for when my tummy gets bigger, planning baby shower was so excited that my baby will be born in Dec/Jan and be a Capricorn like me”.
“Well God had other plans I rushed to the hospital cuz of severe abdominal pains I was scared for my baby and was praying to God to please protect my baby for me.”
“The doctor told me that I had an ectopic pregnancy and if they don’t rush me in for surgery immediately my Fallopian tube will burst and I’ll have internal bleeding and die immediately,”
“I cried, my heart was broken, I was like why me God why. I called my mom immediately we both cried and she prayed for me so I was rushed in. Woke up the next morning with the worst pain, stitches on my tummy, I couldn’t use the bathroom or even walk, I was alone all by myself no one there for me or to take care of me it was hard.”
“I named my baby ANGEL I would have been 6/7 months pregnant with ANGEL now. I’m sharing my story today to uplift someone out there going through it right now, whatever it is don’t give up don’t allow depression to win, it’s hard I know but just put your head up and be strong it’s going to get better I promise you just put your trust in God… Deleting soon,” she concluded.
Even though the actress didn’t mention the father behind the pregnancy, she announced that she was getting divorced from her husband, Gibou Bala Gaye, her bestie for ten years, three months after their marriage.
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