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Bernadette Sembrano opens up about her miscarriage in 2018

Bernadette Sembrano opened up about her reproductive conditions and her miscarriage.

Bernadette Sembrano opens up about her miscarriage in 2018-Toff C.
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11/10/2022 03:06 PM
Bernadette Sembrano opens up about her miscarriage in 2018
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Bernadette Sembrano opened up about her miscarriage in 2018.

Explaining why she does not have a child yet, Bernadette shared that she and her husband, Emilio Aguinaldo IV, attempted to have an offspring before but they had a miscarriage. 

“Hindi natin alam baka magka-miracle baby din so hindi ko pa rin isinasara ‘yung possiblity. Nag-attempt naman kami, pero unfortunately nagkaroon kami ng miscarriage. Kaya ko sinabing kami, kasi kami naman mag-asawa ‘yun. Meron before na magiging baby dapat pero nagka-miscarriage kami back in 2018,” she said in an interview with Ogie Diaz. 


The TV Patrol news anchor also revealed that she has reproductive issues, hence bearing a child was a challenge so they opted to try in vitro fertilization in the past. 

“I don’t mind sharing it kasi malaking bagay din sa mga kababaihan na nanonood at saka sa mga mag-asawa. Meron akong endometriosis and meron akong myoma so meron talagang difficulty in bearing a child. Nag-try namin kami through in vitro kaso ‘yun nga lang nagkaroon ng miscarriage din. ‘Yun nga si Molly (which was supposed to be the name of their child). That was back in 2018,” she stated. 

According to the World Health Organization, endometriosis is a disease characterized by the presence of tissue resembling endometrium (the lining of the uterus) outside the uterus. It causes a chronic inflammatory reaction that may result in the formation of scar tissue (adhesions, fibrosis) within the pelvis and other parts of the body.

Meanwhile, the Mayo Clinic explains that myoma or uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths of the uterus that often appear during childbearing years. Fibroids range in size from seedlings—undetectable by the human eye—to bulky masses that can distort and enlarge the uterus.

When asked how she coped after the miscarriage, Bernadette relayed that she continued loving her lost baby. 

“Una ipinagpasalamat ko, ipinagpasalamat namin na na nangyari si Molly and ‘yung palagi ko ring pananaw na kapag mahal mo ang isang tao, dapat hindi mo tinatapos sa kamatayan ‘yung pagmamahal mo. Sa naalala ko, ‘yung nangyari si Molly, all the more akong naging bukas sa buhay. What do I mean, lahat nung mga dreams ko kasi nililista ko kasi matanda na ako. So parang what if matanda na ako at lumaki siya eh di hindi ko siya masyadong nakita, ano? Nililista ko ‘yung wish ko for her.  So parang meron akong wishlist so nilista ko siya. Sana ganito,  sana maging maka-Diyos, sana passionate, sana marunong tumulong sa kapwa. So sinusulat ko ‘yung pangarap,” she said.

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Bernadette said that when they lost Molly, she decided to live the life that she wished for Molly.

“Nung nawala si Molly, the way to love her and continue loving her is to embrace the life that I wished for her. So nung nangyari ‘yun, mas naging bukas ako sa pag-serve sa church, mas naging bukas ako sa passion ko so parang siguro iba ‘yung naging grasya sa akin. Mas ginamit ko siya para mas yakapin ang buhay and to allow her to live in my heart. Kung ano ‘yung ligaya na idinulot sa akin, parang gusto kong magtuluy-tuloy siya by living a good life. Siguro ganun ‘yung naging if you call it coping mechanism pero para sa akin ganun ‘yung naging grasya,” she stated.