Today, I present to you some popular Ghanaian female celebrities who once experienced miscarriage.
To those who do not have an idea of what Miscarriage is, miscarriage is a situation where a baby dies in a womb or a mother losses a baby before birth . Most miscarriages happen in the first trimester before the 12th week of pregnancy and this can cause both physical and emotional pain.
it is sad to say that some of our favorite and most loved celebrities went through pains as they experienced miscarriage.
Below shows some popular Ghanaian celebrities who went through miscarriage;
One of the Ghanaian celebrities who lost their babies to miscarriage is Mzbel. Mzbel is a Ghanaian musician who is popularly known for her hit song "16 years". Sometime ago, In an Instagram post, Ghanaian musician Mzbel made it known to her fans that she lost her twins as she went through miscarriage. Capturing the post, she said " You never arrived in my hands but you will never leave my heart.
Popular Ghanaian media personality MzGee is another celebrity who went through miscarriage. Speaking on her Instagram page, MzGee disclosed how she painfully lost her baby. According to her, she started visiting the hospital when she noticed she was pregnant but upon her first scan, she was told by the doctor that her fetal pole could not be found and when it not found soon she might loss the baby . According to MzGee, the worse happened as she lost her baby.
3. Princess Shyngle
The Gambian Ghana base actress Princess Shyngle sometime ago stood to her YouTube channel and said she had a miscarriage. According to the actress, she woke up to realize she is in blood noting that she has a miscarriage.
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