It’s been a few months since former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore gave birth to her beautiful daughter Brooklyn Doris with husband Marc Daly on November 4, 2018. But in a December 2018 issue of People Magazine, Kenya mentioned that uterine fibroids complicated her delivery.
She is not the first housewife to have issues with fibroids as Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey from RHOA have also had issues, as well as RHONY’s Bethenny Frankel. A few months ago, the pregnant Porsha Williams another RHOA cast member was admitted to the hospital for complications due to large fibroids. Fibroids are a very common gynecological issue with many women whether they have symptoms or not.
While fibroids can cause issues getting pregnant, once you get pregnant, they can not only cause problems during the pregnancy as well as during deliver which is what happened with Kenya Moore. For more on fibroids and pregnancy, click here.
According to Kenya Moore in People Magazine, she had to have a three-hour emergency cesarean section which was complicated further because she uterine fibroids, so her doctors had to create both horizontal and vertical incisions.
They couldn’t get the baby out,” she shared. “There were all these complications and they knew if they cut into a fibroid, I could potentially bleed out and die. So they ended up cutting me vertically too, to just get the baby out and make sure I survived the surgery. They were so scared they were going to lose me.[Source]
Not only did she have fertility issues which was probably made worse by fibroids and had to have IVF, but they probably also grew during her pregnancy in addition to complicating the delivery. Fibroids are no joke so it’s important to address them promptly especially if you are considering getting pregnant so that the symptoms aren’t worsened during pregnancy or cause in a risky delivery.
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