Mwanaiddi who got into marriage three years ago has been struggling without much success in getting a child. This natural challenge caused her husband to change the way he was treating her, She says. He became so cruel.
Dejected the woman started feeling abandoned by the man she loved most for reasons she was not in control of i.e because she had been unable to sire children of her own. Noting that in Africa not siring children is considered a calamity. she revealed to me that their initial plan was to have a child in their second year after marriage and that together they even had started shopping for their unborn child.
She opened up to me that she actually conceived at some point in but a sudden miscarriage led her to lose the child. “Kuna wakati nilishika ball vizuri tukaenda clinic kupima nikapatikana na mtoto msichana lakini muda mfupi mimba ikatoka (There is a time I was pregnant but I suddenly experienced miscarriage),” she recounted the ordeal.
Adding: “I tried to explain myself to my husband but he couldn’t take me seriously. Since then, he no longer had an interest in me,” she lamented. Mwanaiddi has been forced to stay with the problem. The fourth year with all hospitals she had visited failing to diagnose or treat her problem. All the drugs she was given after hospital prescriptions have not worked for what has made the woman live a depressed life.
This childless situation has also made her in-laws turn against her; they no longer treat her with dignity. In fact, she said some are already advising her husband to get another woman. However, when I had heard this moving story, I encouraged her that many women just like her, who had similar challenges had been helped to come out of it.
I gave her the number +254740637248 whereby she called and got help. Believe me, since she had been divorced she got another man and got married. She got married in a jam-packed-colorful wedding and as you read this she is happily married and has a child. Her ex-husband has never believed ir. He has tried to ask for forgiveness in vain.
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