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“I was bedridden and vomited for 25 weeks,” Mocheddah, a rapper, said of her pregnancy struggles.

Mo Olateru-Olagbegi, also known as Mocheddah, a Nigerian rapper, has resorted to social media to share her traumatic pregnancy experience.The new mother, who gave birth to her first kid a month ago, revealed that she suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum for the first 25 weeks of her pregnancy and vomited up to 15 times per day.

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When asked about her difficulties, Mocheddah stated that carrying a child for nine months is a difficult task.

Read the whole of her post here.”I had hyperemesis gravidarum during the first 25 weeks of my pregnancy, and believe me when I say that it is the most difficult thing I have ever experienced in my life, and I doubt that anything else could be more difficult or terrible.”I was bedridden for weeks, unable to open my eyes or speak. I couldn’t do anything except breathe.I vomited 10-15 times every day. I wouldn’t call it vomiting; it was more of an exorcism in which I felt like a sick volcano that needed to explode far too frequently. I wasn’t able to eat or drink anything.

I’ve experienced the worst heartburn, indigestion, constipation, and acid reflux the entire time, as well as the worst pelvic discomfort that began at 6 weeks ( cue in my voice over artist voice )It was difficult to be grateful amidst the large, terrible agbalumo-like boils, Wicklow, aching eyes, and teeth.How did something I so desperately wanted turn into the most agonizing event of my life?I sobbed a lot because of the agony, and I cried because I felt bad for feeling so bad since I couldn’t see past it.I understand that growing up is difficult, but why did I feel as if I was dying and having my life sucked out of me? Why didn’t I realize something was wrong with me? Why is it called morning sickness when you’re sick all the time?Why is my doctor telling me that this is perfectly normal? It’s not right!

Growing a human is incredible and miraculous, but it is also really difficult.

I feel like I’m repeating myself;

I feel like I’m whining.This, however, is my reality.

I had HG for 25 weeks, whereas most pregnant women have it the entire time.

I’m extending love to all the women who have ever felt like this.

Mama, you did an excellent job.

PS: Women who are pregnant have the strongest sense of smell! ‘We can smell your soul,’ says the narrator.

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