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Bambam Opens Up About Challenges of Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression

Bamike Adenibuyan, famously known as Bambam, a former Big Brother Naija contestant, has recently shared her personal experiences with childbirth and postpartum depression. In an intimate interview with the renowned media personality, Chude Jideonwo, Bambam revealed the complexities she faced during her journey into motherhood.

Bambam, who is now a mother of two, disclosed that she was diagnosed with preeclampsia during her first pregnancy. Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure and often signifies a significant risk both to the mother and the unborn child.

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She reflected on how pregnancy brought profound changes to her body, an experience common to many mothers but still deeply personal.

Throughout these challenging times, Bambam expressed immense gratitude for the unwavering support of her husband, Teddy A.informationguidenigeria

His presence and understanding played a crucial role during the various transition phases of her pregnancy.

In addressing the issue of public scrutiny, Bambam mentioned how she faced online trolls who mocked her for gaining weight.

Choosing resilience over retaliation, she stated that she ignored these negative comments, understanding that those who make such remarks cannot truly comprehend the complexities and challenges of pregnancy and motherhood.JAMB Result

Her story sheds light on the often unspoken struggles many women face and highlights the importance of support and understanding during such transformative phases of life.

“I would never have imagined my body would get this thick but thank God for supportive husbands like mine. Imagine having a husband who was not open to the transition phases I went through with each pregnancy.NYSC Portal

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“My second pregnancy was even more merciful than the first. I went from Maroon to black, from size 8 to 14/16. I had skin tags and acne breakouts.

“I was in shock. I went through postpartum depression. I was a mess. I didn’t understand. I literally transformed.JAMB Portal

“I had to ask the doctor, why is my baby so white looking?’ She had grey eyes and now they are brown. She looked so different. I had preeclampsia with her pregnancy, by the time I arrived at the hospital she had detached from my placenta.

“My pregnancy phase was a miracle. Postpartum depression was because I kept playing all the what if in my head.”

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