Businesswoman and SABC’s Metro FM presenter Lerato Kganyago has been dragged into a Twitter thread about raising babies and gets reminded that she can’t conceive any children!
“Getting out of the gym and this is the 1st thing I read, is somehow a cold reminder. G. Morning,” Lerato Kganyago.
“So to the people who can’t conceive any Children, by the likes of @Leratokganyago Don’t be wretched, drowning in Torment regarding watching others live their life ” buoyantly “. They refrain from the adverse experience of raising children. ALL CHILDREN ARE THE SAME,” wrote Jessica Monama.
Lerato Kganyago is and has been a mother to many South Africans, as such, she’s always regarded as the mother of the nation.
In 2017 Lerato Kganyago had this to say after tweeps asked her about children: “I can’t have children. Hope I won’t be asked this question ever again on this app.”
In 2016, Lerato Kganyago opened up about her miscarriage and fertility problems in an interview with True Love magazine.
According to reports, Lerato Kganyago told the publication that she suffered from fibroids, which doctors told her that would make it difficult for her to fall pregnant.
Non-cancerous growths in the uterus that can develop during a woman’s childbearing years. The cause of fibroids isn’t well understood. Risk factors include a family history of fibroids, obesity, or early onset of puberty.
Symptoms include heavy menstrual bleeding, prolonged periods, and pelvic pain. In some cases, there are no symptoms. Treatments include medication and removal of the fibroid. – Mayoclinic.org.
It was also reported that Lerato Kganyago miscarried her first baby five months into her pregnancy.
“I was admitted, and after the doctor did a scan, she told me I had miscarried. I sat on the hospital bed numb. I called my mom and my ex, who both cried,” Lerato Kganyago told True Love – 2016.
According to the Citizen, Lerato Kganyago also said she had been going for counseling, which helped her find peace and closure with a lot of things that she was dealing with in her life.