Amy Schumer Reveals She's Concerned about Her Second Pregnancy – Why?
On a recent episode of the “What To Expect” podcast, comedienne and actress Amy Schumer spoke openly about her concerns about getting pregnant for a second time, with co-host Heidi Murkoff.
Schumer was a remote guest star on the “What To Expect” podcast where she shared her fears about being a mother for the second time. Murkoff started the show off by congratulating the actress on her first child, a son named Gene.
Schumer, 39, thanked her and revealed how the boy had just turned 14-months-old and was no longer a baby. The star shared how the boy had started walking when he was just 10-months.
Even though she already has a child, Schumer revealed that it wasn’t something she had in mind. She also shared how she never thought about getting married either.
AMY’S PREGNANCY ILLNESSES
The star is married to Chris Fischer, and tying the knot with him is what led her to want a child. When the comedienne was pregnant with Gene, she struggled with hyperemesis gravidarum which is extreme morning sickness.
The ailment stayed with the actress until the day she gave birth to her son. Schumer also explained that she had “really bad endometriosis and adenomyosis” too.
WHAT IS ENDOMETRIOSIS
Endometriosis is a painful condition that develops when the tissue that lines the uterus grows outside of it. Adenomyosis is when the uterus thickens and occurs when endometrial tissues move into the walls of the uterus.
CAN’T GET PHYSICALLY PREGNANT
THINKING OF SURROGACY
Schumer actually began undergoing IVF in January 2020. She and Fischer were also “thinking seriously about taking the surrogacy route" to have another child.
WANTING ANOTHER CHILD
The novel coronavirus disease did out a hold on things for them, but the couple does want more children. She revealed that she hoped pregnancy was “in the cards for us.”
Schumer has been open about her complicated pregnancy, her marriage, and her career in her new series. Fans can follow her journey in her new HBO Max three-part docuseries, “Expecting Amy.”
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