Gambian-born actress, Princess Shyngle, says that her pregnancy would have been about seven months gone but for the abortion she had to undergo on June 27th after she was diagnosed with ectopic pregnancy.
She said that if everything had gone well, she would have been delivered of a baby she had named ‘Angel’ in December 2021 or January 2o22.
The actress lamented that except for her mother who wept with her on the phone, “I was alone all by myself; no one there for me or to take care of me.”
There was no mention of a Baby Daddy in the post.
The actress took to her verified Instagram page on Monday to share a video where she seemed happy even while reminiscing about the pregnancy she had lost.
Naming June 27th 2021 as the worst day of her life, the actress said that she had been preparing for the birth of her child for several weeks by shopping for baby and maternity sexy clothes, and also planning pregnancy photo shoots.
However, she revealed that things took a wrong turn when she started to feel abdominal cramps and had to rush to the hospital.
“When I got to the hospital my worst nightmare came to reality. The doctor told me that I had an ectopic pregnancy, and if they don’t rush me in for surgery immediately my Fallopian tube will burst and I’ll have internal bleeding and die immediately. I cried, my heart was broken. I was like why me God? Why? I called my mom immediately, we both cried, and she prayed for me, so I was rushed in.
“Woke up the next morning with the worst pain, stitches on my tummy. I couldn’t use the bathroom or even walk. I was alone all by myself no one there for me or to take care of me it was hard,” she wrote in the caption.
She further disclosed that by this month, she would have been six or seven months pregnant with her baby, which she named Angel.
Explaining the reason for the video, the actress said she got tired of crying and being depressed and decided to uplift herself by leaving her bed, taking a shower, dressing up, and making videos of herself.
“And it worked,” she revealed.
Shyngle said she was sharing the story so as to uplift others and discourage them from giving up.
“Whatever it is, don’t give up. Don’t allow depression to win. It’s hard I know, but just put your head up and be strong. It’s going to get better I promise you. Just put your trust in God,” she said.