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Nida Yasir’s perfect pregnancies that ended with massive baby blues

With both her bundles of joy, Nida had the picture perfect pregnancies. There was no nausea, lethargy or even mood swings. Interestingly her initial 3 month cravings were the same for both the kids. “I always felt like having sweets, chocolates and the green khopray ki mithai!” Till 7 months of her pregnancies, no one could even tell that she was pregnant and she continued with her acting projects wholeheartedly. “I had no difficulties even during my delivery, mainly because I was very active throughout my pregnancy both times. However, after both my kids, I was massively hit with the baby blues. The trauma of the continuous crying spells and depression scares me from planning another baby. I hated those 3 months.” Nida emphasizes on the utmost care a woman requires from her husband and family after giving birth. “Husbands don’t realize the massive change a woman goes through. Even Yasir and I used to end up having arguments on my heightened sensitivity levels. Yasir is a go getter, with a very busy daily schedule as a director, the last thing he expected after coming home was a depressed wife. What he didn’t understand was that it was not in my control.”

Submitted on: 31/05/2010 01:24:27

Submitted by: nadia on Saturday, August 25, 2012

I like nida she is very beauitifull and very inteligent

Submitted by: Sherwin on Sunday, June 23, 2013

that everything shulod be just fine when the time comes :0) They do ask that you wait 12 months after the surgery to become pregnant to allow your body to fully eal. I know one woman who got pregnant 6 months out of surgery and one who become pregnant 4 months out of surgery. Both had healthy babies and were able to continue losing weight after the birth.On a side note..I am so tired of people trying to talk gastric Bypass patients into getting the Lap band. The Lap band is not for everyone. I was offered my choice of surgeries and chose Gastric BYpass. I have never, ever regretted my decision. I've had ZERO complications. I've lost almost all the weight I needed to to in ONE year. The lap band can be removed. Once the band comes off, you can eat and eat and eat and eat. I never wanted to be like that. The bypass restricts what you eat and my nutritionist taught me how to eat properly for the rest of my life. I would never have goten the band. Gastric Bypass saved my life!

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Submitted by: Gerardo on Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Hello! Your blog is so interesting. I've enoejyd reading it. I just noticed that you posted a comment on my blog and I wanted to stop by and apologize for not responding sooner. Differences in pregnancies are really strange. I know with my first I felt great, my second not so much, my third I was absolutely miserable. Labor and delivery were a relief compared to the last 2 months of pregnancy. Another oddity. My body (loose skin) is refusing to snap back. It's been almost two years and I didn't have this kind of looseness with the other two. It's really frustrating! [url=]nfggxtjyy[/url] [link=]ptchdqyvxg[/link]

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