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More and more women talked about infertility to minimize the stigma – and the youngest woman to deal with her struggles is the Singer Jessie J. At a concert in front of thousands of people, she needed a moment to tell her fans that she could never have children. (19659004) "I was told four years ago that I can never have children," she said in a video posted by a fan on Instagram. "I do not tell you out of sympathy because I am one of the millions of women and men who have gone through this and will go through it." (Did you know that the number of eggs in your ovaries has nothing to do with your chances of getting pregnant?)
ICYDK, about ten percent of women are struggling with infertility, according to the US Women's Department is worth having an open conversation about it. Not to mention that this number will increase with the average age of the mother. In 201
Jessie offered support and advice to these women. "It can not be something that defines us, but I wanted to write that song in my moment of pain and sadness for myself, but also to give me pleasure, to give other people something they hear at that moment where it really gets tough, "she said. "So, if you have ever experienced or seen someone else going through it or lost a child, please know that you are not alone in your pain and I think of you when I sing this song. "
Just a few days ago, it became known that Jessie is with Channing Tatum, who went to Instagram to share his support for his girlfriend. "This woman has just poured her heart on stage at the Royal Albert Hall," he wrote. "Whoever was there had to experience something special, wow."
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