Nana Owiti with King Kaka

King Kaka’s wife says their firstborn stopped breastfeeding after three months

Being a mother is not an easy job and one is faced with challenges when trying to take care of the baby.

King Kaka’s wife Nana had her own fair share of struggles when she gave birth to her firstborn, Gweth.

She had challenges trying to breastfeed her because she was sick and it was quite a hustle.

She even had surgery after getting Mastitis, which is inflammation of the mammary gland in the breast or udder, typically due to bacterial infection via a damaged nipple or teat.

In a recent Q and A session with her fans on Instagram, the mother of two revealed that her daughter stopped breastfeeding after three months.

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Nana Owiti in yellow
Nana Owiti in yellow

A fan asked her about her experience and she poured her heart out.

”For the firstborn, by almost 12 weeks she stopped breastfeeding since I got a serious case of mastitis that led me into having minor surgery. I was advised to take a break from breastfeeding because of the medication I think.

We put her on the bottle, by the time I was given the green light to go ahead, she had gotten used to the bottle. I think the plastic hard thing so of course, this soft thing didn’t make sense to her.”

The couple also has a son together.

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