My Assistant Noticed Before I Knew! Kansime Opens up on Miraculous Pregnancy
Ugandan comedienne Anne Kansiime has finally revealed why she struggled to bear a child- a misfortune that reportedly led to the demise of her first marriage.
And while she remained guarded about her plight for years, using comedy to hide her pain even as fans mocked ad jaded, the birth of her son has seen her more open about her fertility challenges.
Kansime had blocked tubes.
Speaking on her YouTube channel, the mother of one said her fertility journey was affected by things that happened a long time ago.
“My journey to getting pregnant is not a short one. It started while I was still in school,” she said.
“I tried to investigate why it was hard for me to conceive and the doctors said my tubes were blocked, and so we had to start the process of unblocking them.”
Kansiime said the process was very painful. She said she tried IVF but the tests failed.
IVF is a method of assisted reproduction in which a man’s sperm and a woman’s eggs are combined outside of the body in a laboratory dish.
One or more fertilized eggs (embryos) may be transferred into the woman’s uterus, where they may implant in the uterine lining and develop.
The funny lady admits giving up at some point and resigning to fate.
“When I imagined getting a baby with my man again, I remembered the pain I had gone through and I wasn’t ready,” she said.
“There are some tests you fail in life and you just can’t imagine convincing yourself to try again. You only feel like a failure, so I decided to wait.”