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Dr Winnie Mashaba Opens Up About Losing 2 Pregnancies and Being Ridiculed

Dr Winnie Mashaba Opens Up About Losing 2 Pregnancies and Being Ridiculed. There is nothing as painful as not being able to conceive when you badly want a child. A lot of people look down on you, call you names, and the situation is even much worse when you are a woman in marriage. This was the case with Winnie Mashaba, who had fertility issues for years.

The award winning Gospel singer and TV presenter, finally welcomed her first child when she was 40 years old. Winnie, has had two miscarriages before, and according to some reports, this cost Winnie her marriage. Although she went through the most, her prayers were finally answered and on the 2nd of January 2022, Dr Winnie welcomed her baby daughter.

Now she is an inspiration to those who badly want kids, she gives them hope that miracles do happen. Just the other day one social media user, took to Facebook to open up about her lost pregnancy. She shared a video of herself with a baby bump and spoke about the pain of not bringing a child home after all this.

One of those people who reacted to the video is Winnie. She consoled the woman, and also shared her life story regarding conception. According to Winnie, she lost two pregnancies and many people though she was faking it. Her faith played a major role and she remained hopeful, until she eventually became a mother.

Receive my hug my dear sister. I’ve been there before, lost 2 pregnancies and people i look up to said i was faking pregnancies and i just said it is well with my soul. I’ve worn my smile with a painful heart until i learned to live with a pain as I keep praising God with everything in me….. When I was pregnant someone very close to me was uttering very painful words always when i talk to her then i decided that I’m no longer going to be as free as I use to because a dumeletşe go shomişa ke Satan,” Winnie said.

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