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Monday, March 15, 2021

Actress Adesua Etomi Talks About The Challenges She Had During Pregnancy And Thanks Her Mum For Being There...

Nollywood actress Adesua Etomi Wellington says she had Hyperemesis gravidarum when she was pregnant and talks about how difficult it was....

Oh dear!








She says.....

''I don't even know where to start...
Please thank my mummy on my behalf because I can't possibly thank her enough.

My Mummy has always been my heroine but even more so now.
Throughout my lifetime and throughout my pregnancy journey, she was there every step of the way.

During my first trimester I had Hyperemesis gravidarum and I had it BAD. Any pregnant woman that has experienced this knows what I'm talking about. My mummy was on lockdown in the UK but would still sit on the phone with me for hours. Just talking to me even though all I could muster was a few words and nodding yes and no. The countless times I cried, my mummy was there telling me it would be OK and it'll pass.

Then Champ came and she has been with us for 6 weeks. If you see that I'm well rested and happy, it's because of her. From taking care of him so i can rest, to washing and sterilising, to making me pap in the mornings, to doing night shifts, to bathing him. KAI!!!
I am SO GRATEFUL for you @eniiwaju_etomi etomi
Always asking if I'm OK. Telling me 'pele' when you see I'm tired or in pain. I feel seen and cared for.

You are the best mother i could have ever asked for and if I was asked to choose my mother in another lifetime, I'd pick you again.
I have a deeper appreciation for you. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Thank you for teaching me love, strength, resilience, courage, hardwork, respect etc...simply by showing it.

You are the best mummy ever and the best and latest grandma in town and only God can bless you for me.
I'm a mummy but I will always be your lil girl.

I love you very very very much.
Ps. We will be needing you for baby number 2 when it's time. T for tenks

~ Mama Z






63 comments:

  1. Well done to Maama. Mothers are really special and Super heroes.

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  2. May God bless your mummy Adesuwa.

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  3. Mine lasted 5 months.Couldnt keep even water down.I was so skinny and didn’t have a visible bump until I was 8months.I looked like I was 3months gone.I had a baby with low weight at delivery.

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    1. Thank God you survived the season and baby is fine too

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    2. I had the same issue but my baby's weighed 10 pounds each and I had CS during each pregnancy.
      I couldn't even drink water, couldn't even talk, I became a ghost.
      I bless God.

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    3. I salute women,currently in mine 2nd trimester and I have not vomited once through out this pregnancy...this is my first time...i was nauseous a few times in the first trim...when I smell grilled chicken but never vomited once...I thank God for this...funniest thing I have no food aversion, neither do I crave any...in short the pregnancy symptoms I have are majorly, fatigue,burping and farting. I pray mylucky streak continues.

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    4. Anonymous 16:04, lucky you. I get sick from the day I know I'm pregnant until I put to bed " I can't explain it" and it happens in all pregnancies. I have 3 children and both sexes because some people would say oh it's because ure having a boy that's why ure this sick, na lie.
      During my pregnancies I would have to stay in one room till 3 months because everywhere smells except my bedroom πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, I had to stop working because I TTC for 6 years.
      All kids were CS, I was lifeless, even the wind will blow me, during antenatal I would manage to go and to get blood out of me was war because I just couldn't take anything, even water had a very strange taste. God bless all good and patient midwives.
      My eye see wen and because I live abroad without family it felt like my life was going to be over but I bless God my last child was 11 in January.
      I used to look at the clock ticking and counting how many hours it will take for my husband to get home from work then πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.
      Omo God bless all mum's oooo

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    5. Wow...@anon 18.04...thank God it is all in the past now...

      Lemme continue to pray for it to go so smooth... for me.

      People that kept expecting Adesuwa to be bloated should know hypermedia gravidarum leaves a pregnant woman skinny if it is that serious. She can't eat and even gain adequate weight because everything is thrown out as vomit.

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  4. God bless your mum πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

    Mum's are amazing!

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  5. Congratulations to new Mum.
    Mothers are heroin and supreme.
    I wish my Mum is still alive.

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  6. Motherhood is such a full-time job.Mothers make the world go round indeed.They still worry more about you even when you are grown,married and settled in your own home.They go with you through each pregnancy journey.Mothers,you all are the best gifts to the world.May God bless and keep your mum Adesua

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  7. Thank God for the gift of mothers.

    I had a friend who suffered the same. Hers was BAD. The baby was born at 32weeks terribly malformed. She kept hoping that the scan results were wrong. My friend suffered. She was always in IV till around 5months.
    It was not an easy experience.

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  8. I had no idea what it means. thanks Stellz.I news to google to know more about it

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  9. Thank you mama Adesua, some mothers wont do this.

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    1. Exactly. A lovely mother. God bless her with long life and happiness, and a good daughter Adesua is too to appreciate.

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  10. I'm going through this right now, I'm so tired. God help me

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    1. Awww.. The Lord will strengthen you. The gift of God maketh rich and added no sorrow. It will soon be over....lots of love πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. God will surely come through for you

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    3. Be strong my dear, just make there's someone by the side to take you to the hospital when the situation get worsen.

      I pray strength and courage upon you πŸ™πŸΎπŸ€—πŸ’–πŸ’•

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    4. it will end in praise,the Lord is your strength

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    5. It will end in praise.may God strengthen you

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    6. You'll be fine sis 😘😘

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    7. The Lord is your strength Darling

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  11. Thank God for you Adesua! I suffered same too and mine was very bad. It lasted until almost seven months into my pregnancy.

    One time, I begged God to just take the baby away from inside me.... I couldn't keep anything inside. I was on drip, spending weeks at the hospital on intervals.

    Some nurses never believed I was pregnant 🀰 because the bump wasn't showing until like eight months.

    I was surprised how huge my baby was when I gave birth.
    I thank God today that its now all a testimony to the glory of God.

    God bless and keep your newborn Adesua πŸ’•πŸ’žπŸ€—

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  12. Thank God it ended in praise.mothers are priceless. Pls is she related to Pat Utomi pls someone should answer me,been asking this question for ages.

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    1. No,they are not related. She is Adesuwa ETOMI,Pat is Pat UTOMI

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    2. She is Etomi and not Utomi

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    3. Nope
      Her surname is etomi not utomi

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    4. They do look alike - nose structure, even though they are not related. Adesua is a beautiful lady.

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    5. Anon 16:00, who asked you that last part now

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  13. And some mother-in-law from hell will still expect you to cook and clean for them like they didn't pass through the same and Knew how emotional and physically draining pregnancy is.. God bless all mothers, ko easy rara

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  14. Hmmm,HG...very horrible something

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  15. This is touching,mothers are priceless

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  16. Jeez!!!!!!!!

    Enough already. Are we this addicted to SM? If we can manage to keep it away till we birth cos we are afraid of "world" people, can we just continue pls.

    This day by day account is exasperating!

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    1. How can a woman celebrating her mother trigger you this way? May you heal from whatever ails you.

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    2. E pain am!
      Who forced you to click and read?

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    3. Pele o. Better take small sugar.

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    4. Then don't read it. Period!

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    5. Oga/ madam go lick honey, we're still celebrating our mothers all over the world, leave her to blow her trumpet it's not easy.. she went, she saw, she conquered

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    6. Mine lasts until 2 weeks after I deliver.
      I was still vomiting after I had my babies, coupled with severe tooth ache immediately after delivery. In one of my pregnancies, I was rushed straight after delivery to the dental section of the same hospital, an experience I can never forget.
      Went from a UK size 16 to a UK size 6. All my 3 pregnancies were like that. To God be the glory, for preserving my life.

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    7. Madame take it easy now. How many accounts have they really given? You know you can skip their postings if it’s exasperating, right?

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    8. Exasperating to say the least!!! If I talk now...

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  17. When I called my mum on the phone yesterday, didn't even know I had tears in my eyes till I dropped the phone. God bless Mothers for all they do. Thank God it ended in praise for you Adesua and God bless your mother.

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  18. I thought so initially but its good women are speaking up on these issues!

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  19. Mothers are the real gem.
    Adesua...congrats once more.
    How far Banky's mum? I thought in Yoruba culture, it's the groom's mother that goes for omugwo?

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    1. That is not the issue. She is just celebrating her mother for all she did. You dey find amebo, lol.

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  20. I had HG thruout both of my pregnancies (till the day babies were delivered). It is emotionally, mentally and physically drwining. The trips to hospital, the trials of medication, risk of each medication. At some point it was like this baby wants to kill me, please take the baby out. Thank God for giving mother's special grace.

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