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King Kaka’s wife Nana Owiti is a strong woman. The mother of two, who suffered a miscarriage in 2014 has gathered the courage to talk about one of the lowest moments of her life.

Nana shared her heartbreaking story on her Instagram account, leaving many moved to tears. Mothers who’ve also suffered miscarriage also shared their stories.

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Nana has taken it upon herself to educate women on miscarriage by sharing symptoms they should look out for and treatment. She also advised women to always visit a gynaecologist to monitor the pregnancy.

As soon as you find out you are pregnant,get you a gynae if you can. if not, then just start clinic so they can check on your progress and the baby’s and put you (the expectant mother) on supplements.

The courageous mother went ahead to share her experience after she suffered a miscarriage, saying she was traumatised and heartbroken.
After waking up from surgery I was completely traumatised. I was grief-stricken and angry. I blamed myself, I blamed my fiance and I blamed the world. My relationship cracked in more places than I would have wanted. THANKFULLY, we worked through.

 

She continued,

My recovery took months, both physically and emotionally. Physically, I gradually started to get stronger thanks to support from my fiance and family. More often than not, you are expected to move on and carry on like nothing happened to you because well- maybe because they feel like you hadn’t met the baby as if it makes you feel better. you feel misunderstood.

Go through the screenshots below to read what Nana wrote.

Nana Owiti

 

MPASHO TV