Kim Gura confesses to giving birth to her late daughter early
Kim Gura confesses to giving birth to her late daughter early
Broadcaster Kim Gura comforted his junior Lee Eun-hyung by mentioning the early birth of his daughter.

In the SBS entertainment show 'Same Bed, Different Dreams 2 - You Are My Destiny' (hereinafter referred to as 'Same Bed, Different Dreams 2'), which aired on the 22nd, Lee Eun-hyung and Kang Jae-jun, who have been married for 8 years, joined the new couple.

Lee Eun-hyung, who is currently 21 weeks pregnant, was worried about uterine fibroids while undergoing a gynecological examination that day. Lee Eun-hyeong said, "Before pregnancy, the fibroid was about 2.5 to 3 cm. I heard that surgery is only done when it is completely large, but I became pregnant naturally a month later. At the first ultrasound after pregnancy, the fibroid was almost 9 to 10 cm in size." .

She added, "I heard that when you get pregnant, the uterus gets bigger due to hormonal effects, but the fibroids also get bigger. From then on, I started to worry more. Many people give birth with fibroids, but it felt bigger because it was related to pregnancy." “As the fibroids grew, so did my guilt. I feel very sorry,” she said, shedding tears as she blamed herself for the size of the baby’s home.

MC Kim Gu-ra, who was watching this, said, "You don't have to blame yourself too much. My baby weighed 1 kg after 29 weeks. The doctor said he would grow well, so I just believed him. He is growing well. There is no need to worry too much." did.

Kang Jae-jun said, “I was worried about Eun-hyeong because I heard that fibroids could cause pain to the mother rather than affecting the fetus. I was scared and in pain, but I thought the fibroids would be even more stressful and difficult. I felt frustrated and sorry because there was nothing I could do. Kangchong is very precious, but Eunhyeong is really precious to me. “I plan to do my best to help by his side,” he said, creating a warm feeling.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google