Pregnant for the 4th time, Madalena Abecasis asks for help on social networks – News

Pregnant for the 4th time, Madalena Abecasis asks for help on social networks – News
Pregnant for the 4th time, Madalena Abecasis asks for help on social networks – News
Madalena Abecasis turned to her Instagram page to ask her followers for help. About to be a mother for the fourth time, the digital influencer made it known that the baby will be born through a caesarean section, since for health reasons she will not be able to risk a normal birth.

With this in mind, he started by referring: “Malta of cesarean sections that the next day were already putting on clothes and doing acrobatic gymnastics with only one leg: I NEED YOUR HELP!”.

“As you know, I am highly traumatized by Julia’s emergency cesarean section, I am already starting to have nightmares about it, now that the time is approaching. This time it will be different, because I already know what is waiting for me, it will be scheduled (we will not risk a vaginal delivery because of my medical condition) but still, I am already hitting badly just thinking about the pains that I had to think that I would never be able to take a deep breath, laugh, sneeze, walk“, confesses.

“How, how did you manage not to have diabolical pain from organs splashing inside your own body? Leave all your tricks here, do it here for your friend, who no longer sleeps soundly and just feels like crying“, ends.

It is recalled that the designer is already a mother of José, of four, and Júlia of two, fruits of the relationship with the businessman Nuno Sebastião. The baby on the way will be called João Diogo. Francisca, 14, the eldest daughter, was born from a previous relationship.

Also Read: “Things” of pregnant. Madalena Abecasis entertains fans with video

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