A few days after the birth of little Geneva, the former face of Men and Women, Vittoria Deganello answered the curiosities of the fans about childbirth. Here’s what she said.
The former suitor of Men and women, Victoria Deganello gave birth to little Geneva on April 25 and answered fans’ curiosities about childbirth and pregnancy.
Men and Women, Vittoria Deganello on childbirth: “A wonderful experience, but…”
The former face of the dating show of Channel 5 conducted by Maria De Filippi lived some turbulent months: his little girl is the daughter of Alexander Murgiafootballer and brother of Nicole Murgia, former gieffina of this edition of GFVip. There Stay calm e Murgia they were briefly together during the summer, but upon discovering the pregnancy, the footballer preferred to end all relationships and return to his ex-wife. Stay calm she thus carried on the pregnancy as a single mother and over the previous months she revealed that she had been put under various pressures not to speak publicly about the baby she was expecting.
On April 25, she gave birth to little Geneva, publishing a post on social media and while everyone hurried to congratulate her and wish her best wishes, the former friend and sister-in-law Nicole Murgia she was being criticized for not celebrating the birth of the baby girl. Murgia he only commented saying that they were delicate matters and he did not want to flaunt them on social networks and that his brother was also present in the hospital. Stay calm she returned to social media to answer questions from fans about pregnancy and childbirth, on which the followers had various curiosities:
“So, I’m starting from the assumption that it was the most beautiful experience I’ve ever had in my life, it was tough. Tough because it all lasted a long time anyway. Regular and painful contractions, it’s not like I had a contraction every half hour rather than one every two hours. Every five minutes I had it, from there to giving birth at least 36 hours. Imagine how I got to the end, with the thrusts. I was torn apart. I didn’t have the strength, at that moment I said to myself “don’t I can’t take it anymore”. But then, instead you make it. This experience wasn’t traumatic, also because they put her in my arms and nothing existed anymore. No pain. I was struggling to dilate, I had painful contractions, they passed hours and I dilated very little. Thanks to the midwife, my mother and my brother everything was wonderful. Despite the effort, it remains the most beautiful experience of my life.”
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