Rapper Mocheddah Recalls A Traumatic Pregnancy Experience
The rapper said she vomited up approximately 10-15 times every day.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Mocheddah, a Nigerian musician, has spoken up about the horrific agony she had while pregnant.
On Tuesday, December 14, 2021, the music diva detailed how she has been in pain for 25 weeks in a long Instagram post.
“I had hyperemesis gravidarum for the first 25 weeks of pregnancy, and when I tell you, it is the hardest thing I have ever experienced in life, and I doubt any-other thing can be more challenging or more painful,” she wrote.
“I was bedridden for weeks and could barely open my eyes and talk. All I could do was breathe. I threw up 10-15 times a day. I won’t call it throwing up; it was an exorcism where I felt like a sick volcano needed to erupt way too often. I couldn’t eat or drink anything.”
“All through, I have had the worst heartburn, indigestion, constipation, acid reflux coupled with the worst pelvic pain that started at 6weeks ( cue in my voice over artist voice )”
The artist went into further depth about her problems, describing how something she wanted so strongly had turned into a true agony.
“Between the big, painful agbalumo looking boils, Wicklow, sore eyes, and teeth, it was hard to remain grateful. How did something I wanted so much become the most painful experience of my life?” she added.
“I cried a lot from the pain, and I cried because I felt terrible for feeling so awful because I just couldn’t see past the pain.”
Despite the pains and challenges she faced, Mocheddah described her pregnancy as “mind-blowing” and “miracle-like.”
In November, the rapper and her husband Bukunyi welcomed their first child.
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