According to the American Pregnancy Association (APA), the most common cause of miscarriage is a genetic abnormality in the embryo.
But several other factors can also be the culprit, including thyroid disorders, diabetes, immunological disorders, drug abuse, and more. Below are a few celebrities who underwent the pain.
Five months ago Kambua was Mourning after loosing a son named Malachi Manundu Mathu who succumbed to birth related complications Days after he was born.
Our little baby fought until Jesus healed him by taking him to Himself." Gospel artist Kambua Mathu was mourning the death of her newborn baby boy who passed on days after being born. The artist shared the news through her official Instagram account on Monday evening that her son Malachi Manundu Muthiga Mathu died.
Mulamwah is a Kenyan Comedian and a nurse by profession. His real name is David Oyando.
Early 2020 Mulamwah and her Girlfriend were expecting a baby but unfortunately Carol Miscarriaged at 3 Months Following undue pressure Eminating from Cyberbullying and hatred comment.
Muthoni said, she was heartbroken to the point that she couldn’t stand seeing a baby vanish. I remember when I told Mulamwah about the news, and he was just depressed. He couldn’t even control himself. The same happened to me. I broke down every time I saw a baby, I would cry, it was that bad.
3. Kanze Dena
Kanze Dena formally knowns as Kellen Beatrice Kanze Dena is a Swahili Kenyan journalist who is the current Spokesperson, Executive Office of the President, Republic of Kenya and Head of President's Strategic Communication Unit.
Kanze is married to Nick Mararo and the two are blessed with three children Nathaniel, Eli and Joe.
Before the three sons Dena had a babygirl, who she got while working at Cafe in Nairobi. Her name was Natasha Anzani. Anzani passed away after 3 Months of Birth.
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