On Mother’s Day, Sameera Reddy shared a detailed post about her post-pregnancy struggles
“If you follow Sameera Reddy on social media, you will be able to continue sharing exciting and insightful posts about her life as a mother, raising her two children, and being honest and discussing her problems.
Now, during Mother’s Day, the actress opened up about her experience as a new mother, sharing that after the birth of her first child, a boy, she experienced postpartum depression.
On the official Facebook page of Humans of Bombay, the actress wrote that after she became pregnant, she thought she was “pretending to be an insect and a bug”.
The actor continued: “But after 9 months, I weighed 105 kgs. And even though I held my beautiful son in my arms, it seemed that I had no reason to rejoice. I went through postpartum depression. ”
However, it was her husband Akshai who represented the event, and she “did everything, from changing nappies to feeding the baby”. “And I wonder how some actors can get back into business in just one month!
“My mother-in-law kept telling me,” Your baby is not well, you have a husband who supports me … why are you so upset? I had no answer. After I left the hospital, I came home crying. There was also the fact that I was not there with my son. ”
Reddy went on to say that “this has been going on for over a year”, and “it has broken many times”. I never left “At the time, I was completely cut off from the film industry. I still weigh the same 105 kgs! About that time, I was diagnosed with Alopecia areata; hair spots appear on my head. ”
The actress then realized that it was “a big problem”, and was related to “her insecurities as an overweight child, stuttering, the pressure of growing up with two talented sisters and a constantly evolving industry”. He coped with his problems, and it helped him.
Two years later, he joined social media. “Still, the gang was asking me – ‘You’re going to be a boring mother, you’re going to be a yoga mother. But I’ve decided I can’t live to lie just to build a fan base!”
Reddy admitted that while he was “severely beaten for not being ‘perfect’, it did not bother him at all.” And in 2018, when I was pregnant with my second child, Nyra, I told myself, “I will do this in my own way. ‘
“I was 40 years old, scared and proud but determined to do everything I could remember when I was pregnant for the first time – I was talking about mood swings; And when I was 8 months pregnant, I got a bikini shot underwater. It was then that women started writing to me, saying, ‘You are encouraging me,’ ‘I want to be like you.’ ”
Today, the actor has loyal followers on social media, and is praised for his simple posts, and for showing off his daily life. She wrote that she always told her children to “be whatever you want, but be honest with yourself”.
“I remember that at one time even a small explosion under my arm was bothering a lot of people, including me. But now, who cares? I am 42 years old, and I am a big man!
While Mother’s Day is a celebration, Reddy celebrates truth and shame today, giving many women the hope of how they can love themselves and stay healthy.
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