On Sunday, April 3, 2022, Anaïs Sanson announced on Instagram that she is pregnant with her third child. As she prepares to become a mother again after 9 miscarriages, the pretty brunette opened up about her journey on the Baby Story show on YouTube.
Finally his wish was granted… After 9 miscarriages, Anaïs Sanson announced on Instagram that she was pregnant with her third child. To accompany a shot in which she is surrounded by her husband Carlos and their daughters Shana and Lila, the ex-stars Angel wrote : “We couldn’t wait to announce it, we’ll be 5 soon!Happy for her friend, Jeremstar wrote in the comments:What happiness after all this obstacle course! I can’t wait to discover this rainbow baby in a few months. You can be proud of yourself for overcoming all the difficulties you went through. You were strong and brave, so congratulations!“Moved, Julia Paredes shared:”Hooooooo my congratulations!!! You wanted this baby so much, I’m so happy for you!“
After a last miscarriage last November, Anaïs Sanson can finally breathe a sigh of relief. in the show baby storyThe pretty brunette has agreed to share her journey on Youtube. She boasted to Jeremstar that she had opted for PMA (medically assisted reproduction). “We decided to get help. We did a lot of tests, Carlos did a semen analysis, I had a fallopian tube x-ray, a lot of blood tests… We had to collect all this, create a file and go to the gynecologist who specializes in infertility so that she can help us. Corn I got pregnant a few weeks before my appointment. 25 December“, she confided. Happily, the pretty brunette still does not manage to rejoice. Through tears, she explained: “When I’m pregnant I’m not happy, I don’t have a smile and I don’t have a zest for life. I have nightmares about it, I just think about the miscarriage all the time… I went through hell for the first three months. It’s been three months of stress, anxiety, fear of peeing, bleeding again… Every day was a victory, but it was unbearable.“
Anaïs Sanson: “Carlos had to give me injections every night”
Early in her pregnancy, her gynecologist told her that she had a abrupt placenta. In order not to endanger her baby’s life, she then agreed to treatment. The mother of two recalls: “I had to put progesterone in the vagina morning and night, Carlos had to give me injections in my stomach every night. I’m also accompanied by a hematologist who makes sure my red blood cells don’t attack the baby. I need to be monitored throughout my pregnancy.“While the hardest part is now behind her, the young woman slipped:”Today I’m happy after everything I’ve been through, but it’s not life.“
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