Now Reading
Hollywood Star, Tiffany Haddish Shares Her Personal Struggle With Endometriosis And Suffering Eight Miscarriages

Hollywood Star, Tiffany Haddish Shares Her Personal Struggle With Endometriosis And Suffering Eight Miscarriages

American stand-up comedian and actress, Tiffany Haddish has shared her personal battles with endometriosis.

The 44-year-old talented entertainer, who dated famous musician, Common between 2020-2021, disclosed her personal struggles to People on Thursday, April 25.

During the interview, she revealed that she suffered eight miscarriages amid her battle with endometriosis, with her most recent loss happening last year.

She said:

“It’s so f***ing devastating. It’s like, I won’t know why there’s so much blood. And then I go to the doctor and they’re like, ‘Oh, you’re miscarrying right now.’ And I just did D&C (dilation and curettage, a procedure to remove pregnancy tissue).”

Tiffany continued:

“Every time I find out I’m pregnant, I’m like, ‘Don’t drink, don’t smoke, don’t do nothing.’ Even if I don’t really want [the baby], I still try to give it a chance.”

SEE ALSO: American Actress, Tiffany Haddish Shares A Big Update On Her Plans To Adopt And What Kind Of Child She Wants

Haddish is currently celibate yet dating “multiple guys” but she’s not certain she wants to remarry after her two divorces in 2011 and 2013 from ex-husband William Stewart.

“There is a part of me that wants to [be a mother]. I’ve got all this love, I should give it to somebody who can grow with it,”

the Emmy and Grammy winner said.

Tiffany said she suffers from long excruciating periods, fainting spells from the pain, and she’s had to undergo surgery to remove fibroids due to the chronic condition where the endometrium extends outside of the uterus and can result in pelvic pain.

See Also

ALSO SEE: Fertility Expert, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi On How A Women, Young Girls Can Overcome Endometriosis

“I’m pretty sure the devil is real,” said Haddish, who was prescribed a hormone medication.

“Because the first day of my period, no matter what, the devil goes into overdrive. I feel like my life gets turned upside down…The pain is crazy. It feels like somebody is kicking me in my back.”

However, she said hopefully:

“The last two months have not been as bad. I just feel drowsy. But I’ve been working out even more. And I’ve gone from 11 days [on my period] to four or five, which is kind of normal, so that’s nice.”

Copyright © 2021 Motherhood In-Style Magazine. All Rights Reserved.