Real House-helps of Kawangware actress Njeri Gachomba aka Njambi has for the first time spoken about giving birth in December last year.
The mother of two did so on her YouTube channel, where she documented her experience from her tough labour, up until when her bundle of joy arrived.
“I came to hospital to be induced at around 1 pm but I wasn’t induced because I had opened up to four centimetres,’ she said.
What came next was pain and torment for the actress as she stayed in the labour ward crying.
“Hii uchungu zii.. [this pain is too much to bear]. The doctor broke my water and I even after I opened up to 10 centimetres, the baby wasn’t coming out yet the passage was clear. from 1 am to 2 am I cried, removed my clothes and pulled my hair. the things I saw at the labor ward…,” she exclaimed.
The pain and suffering was so much that she begged the doctor to allow her to do a CS, which he refused and she ended up giving birth the old-school way.
“I got to a point and begged doctors to let me have the baby through cs because the pain was too much. I had pushed the baby and got tired and relaxed..without knowing I had blocked the kid from coming out. When he came out he didn’t cry. I started crying, asking myself what had happened to him. For five minutes he wasn’t responding to anything and that was the most scariest part of my life.” she said.
But thank God she is now the happy mother of two after her tough delivery.