Whitney Port shared an anxious replace on her present being pregnant – Watch the emotional video


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Whitney Port is currently expecting a second child and is very anxious about losing another pregnancy given her history of miscarriages. The Hills alum shared details of the ups and downs of her uncertain first trimester in a YouTube video this week, alongside her husband Tim Rosenman. Ultimately, she ended the update with some upbeat news and a reassuring message to those going through similar experiences.

In the first part of the video, which the couple began filming last week, Port tearfully announced that she was pregnant and recently had a disheartening medical appointment. « I’m currently seven weeks pregnant, which is obviously supposed to be very exciting. And it was until yesterday, » Port said. “I went to the doctor and am monitoring him because of my history of miscarriages… and everything was fine until yesterday.

Port said his doctor was concerned about what he saw on the ultrasound. “Everything that was going on there was not where it was supposed to be, given the week I am in. He said he was pessimistic about this pregnancy, and he told me to take a blood test, ”she said. Port said she would receive her blood test results later that day to see if hormone levels indicating pregnancy were dropping, as her doctor had predicted, and that she planned to have another ultrasound next day. next week. In the end, Port said, « It’s probably another unhealthy pregnancy. »

She also spoke about the « very complicated » mix of emotions she was going through. On the one hand, Port said, she feels « extremely grateful » that she and her husband love each other and their four-year-old son, Sonny, and that « everything else is really wonderful » in their lives. “But I’m really scared for myself, my self-confidence and my self-esteem and what that means for that,” Port continued, “and also not being able to give this family what I think I am. the best for her.  »

Physically, Port said that despite the ultrasound results, she still feels « very, very pregnant » and has pregnancy symptoms such as sore breasts, increased hunger and body aches. “But I obviously don’t know what’s going on inside my body,” she said. « Probably at this time next week, when it airs, we’ll have some answers. »

Indeed, the video continues with a more recent update, sharing surprisingly good news the couple received between filming the first segment last week and releasing the video this week. “We went to the doctor today, and the doctor actually saw an embryo and a heartbeat, which we weren’t expecting,” Port revealed enthusiastically in the follow-up segment. « I mean, I was living life this weekend like today he’s probably going to tell us it’s over. »

Port, who is due to have another ultrasound next week, was careful to note that her pregnancy health was still precarious at this point. “It’s still a lot of touch and go,” she said. « During the first trimester anything can happen. »

Port and Rosenman also discussed their decision to be so open about their early pregnancy trials. Many people choose not to announce a pregnancy until the end of the first trimester, when the risk of miscarriage drops dramatically – a very appropriate choice for some people, but one that may be made out of shame and stigma for others. .


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