Janet Mbugua

Heavily pregnant Janet Mbugua has finally updated her fans about.

Janet Mbugua with her son

The media personality’s due date is the end of September and she’s experiencing pregnancy challenges just like any other pregnant woman. Through her Youtube channel, Janet said:

I’m craving wine and chocolate.. Jesus take the wheel.

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The mother of one added that she was moody of late and has been sluggish.

I have been extremely lethargic to a point where I’m just lying low. Don’t feel like going out or seeing people because my mind is so active and wants to do so much but my body can’t.

Janet Mbugua

Janet Mbugua, who gave birth to her firstborn son Huru through caesarean section, said that her wish is to welcome her second baby through natural birth.

My due date is towards the end of September. I’m trying to do as much as I can to have a different kind of birth this time. I want to push this baby. I did CS for my first baby because he was in a breech position and I remember at a time thinking as long as it’s good for the baby I’m fine, and that’s exactly how I feel even this time round, except this time I am being so intentional about pushing. I just don’t want to go through another surgery. However, if that’s God’s plan I am not going to fight it.

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According to the former TV siren, she has done everything right and is praying for a safe delivery.

Pressure inside is very big and I am exercising. Praying for a safe delivery.

Janet Mbugua

Janet has appealed to Kenyans to help Njambi Koikai settle her hospital bill after a successful endometriosis surgery.

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 Dangers of Caesarean section include:
Infection. After a C-section, you might be at risk of developing an infection of the lining of the uterus (endometritis).
Postpartum hemorrhage.
Reactions to anesthesia.
Blood clots.
Wound infection.
Surgical injury.
Increased risks during future pregnancies.