Actors Stephanie And Hungani Ndlovu Open Up On Traumatic Loss Of Their Child

Social media users are sending messages of encouragement after South African Stephanie and Hungani Ndlovu opened up about their miscarriage.

The couple revealed that they had their worst experience ever after Stephanie miscarried at eight. They were expecting their first child.

They took to their YouTube channel, The Ndlovus Uncut, with Steph revealing that she was diagnosed with a blighted ovum.

“She literally did the scan and then she said I’m sorry there’s no embryo. She said I should take a moment I did not, I jumped off the bed I did not cry… nothing and I said nope I’m good. What do we do now? That’s sort of my coping mechanisms and strategies in life”

She said her husband was traumatized by what he saw her go through.

“I don’t think the gynae did a substantial job in explaining the experience you would have with this medication because I think one would’ve opted for the D&C regardless of even if it’s Covid-19 or not,” said Hungani.

Below are some of the comments on social media.

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@Black_heather3 wrote:

this really broke my heart, I can relate to this since I also had the similar situation in 2020💔
Strength to ya’ll

@SmangieSurprise wrote:

My couple bathong!! I’m so sorry 🙏 🙏 But Trust God, everything happens for a reason

@TrueAfrique wrote:

The issue of miscarriage is deeper than you can imagine. People just don’t understand that after marriage it’s not compulsory to ask people when are they having babies..again, there is few couples who would agree that they don want kids but the rest do but they r just gowing nje.



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