Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay announced on Wednesday that she was three months pregnant after experiencing a heartbreaking miscarriage in June.
The owner of the F45 training shop, Brock Honey Davies, who is expected to be 25 years old and his boyfriend for one year, excitedly posted his own photos. These photos are what they should be Ultrasonography results of fetuses born in April.
Scheana said on Friday in the new issue of the People’s booth that becoming a mother is something I don’t think is possible for me, which is why I froze eggs twice last year.
Bread in the oven: Scheana Shay, star of the Van der Prudential School, announced on Wednesday that she was three months pregnant after a heartbreaking miscarriage in June
“I don’t know if I will get pregnant, so I am very happy that we can do this naturally and everything looks good. I am very happy to have a healthy baby, hold my baby and become a mom. “
Shay (born Jancan) found out that he had only waited for “one menstrual and ovulation cycle” to get pregnant so soon.
“After the miscarriage, I definitely knew my body better, but I was more cautious and scared… I was too scared to lift a 5-pound weight. I thought at the time, “But what if that will make me miscarry?” Clearblue brand ambassador explained.
“It’s everything, I’m sure it drives Brock crazy, because he is like, “You are fine! “But I was like, “I need to make sure, I need to make sure”-now we are sure! Everything is fine.’
Everything is happening! Brock Honey Davies, the owner of the F45 training shop, is expected to be 25 years old and his boyfriend for one year. He posted a photo of himself excitedly. In the photo, they performed an ultrasound examination of their unborn child. The examination date is April.
Scheana said in the new issue of “People” magazine: “I didn’t know I could get pregnant by myself, so I was very excited that we were able to do this naturally, and everything looked good. I am very happy to have a healthy Baby, hold my baby and become a mom,
This time, Scheana made sure to closely monitor her blood levels of progesterone and “take supplemental doses of hormones for several weeks.”
“Once it reaches 10 weeks, I will go to the date, [the doctor was] “Shay recalled, “For example, you can stop progesterone immediately.
“I thought, “But I haven’t reached the second trimester,” he said, “Well, I just had an ultrasound; the placenta is now feeding the baby. Progesterone is provided there. ”
“I’m like,” but are you sure? “I was asking my doctor because I was too paranoid. He said, “You are fine, stop eating, relax, and start exercising. ”
Expectant parents: Meanwhile, the 29-year-old Kiwi-a former rugby player-thinks that if he “knows what love is, it’s because of” Shay (picture from Tuesday night)
Brock said in her post: “We did a dear thing. I am so happy to have you keep me balanced, and I love you dear. Congratulations to us
At the same time, the 29-year-old Kiwi (a former rugby player) believes that if he “knows what love is, it’s because of” SoCal natives.
“We did a dear thing,” Brock commented on Hina’s post. “I’m glad I can keep you balanced, I love you dear. Congratulations to us. “
Well-meaning people in Shay’s position include Ta’Rhonda Jones, Nema Vand, Mikalah Gordon, Olivia Cary Di (Olivia Caridi), Lisa Ramos (Lisa Ramos), Hannah Ferrier (Hannah Ferrier), Paige Desorbo (Paige Desorbo) and Savannah Faith Crisley ( Savannah Faith Chrisley).
Vanderpump Rules is about to become a very different show. Like the three companions of the Scheananigans podcast, Lala Kent, Brittany Cartwright and Stassi Schroeder, they are also looking forward to their first child.
‘My goodness! ‘Ta’Rhonda Jones, Nema Vand, Mikalah Gordon, Olivia Caridi, Lisa Ramos, Hannah Ferrier, Paige Desorbo and Savannah Faith Chrisley are among the kind people
Scheana urges other women with infertility to consider other options, such as egg freezing, IVF, adoption or parenting.
“There is always a way. Shay said: “If you really want to be a mother, don’t give up.”
“I really want to put it there-you are not alone, I feel your pain, and I don’t want it to be against my worst enemy. The things women can go through are definitely the worst. I have always been an open book and really want to share my story so that women know that I also feel your pain.
A graduate of Azusa Pacific University recalled: “I have a lot of people like it, “Well, you only have six and a half weeks, at least you haven’t heard your heartbeat. “I was like, “I’m still pregnant.” I am still planning a lifetime for this baby. Whether I am six and a half weeks or twelve and a half weeks, I still lose something. “
Mom: The Vanderp Rule will be a very different show, like Scheana’s three companions (from LR)-Lara Kent, Brittany Cartwright and Stasi Schroeder-and look forward to them too First child (pictured September 27)