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Makgofe Moagi of ‘Skeem Saam’ is Pregnant

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Skeem Saam actress Makgofe Moagi is expecting. The actress revealed the news in an Instagram post, saying it’s “the best blessing” and that she is “full with love”.

“Rendered speechless.. It is done.. The best blessings, when Jesus says ‘yes’ nobody can say ‘no’… I’m full with love! [sic],” she posted.

Just last month the actress posted about the societal pressures of becoming pregnant at a certain age.

In the post, she frowned upon society and especially other women who put so much pressure on a female.

“She shouldn’t even be pressured to.. as for the uncalled name calling and side encouragement from the family for the man to start searing outside. All this from the same society which is made up of our fellow sisters,” she wrote.

She went on to educate her fans – male and female – about infertility for those trying to have a baby.

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She shouldn’t even be pressured to.. as for the uncalled name calling and side encouragement from the family for the man to start searing outside. All this from the same society which is made up of our fellow sisters. Children are a blessing and they come in their own time, you cannot will or force God/ Ancestors / Mangeloi’s hand. Be kind to her…. you don’t know her story- and yes, some men are challenged to – note: I said not a problem but challenged. When to see a doctor You probably don't need to see a doctor about infertility unless you have been trying regularly to get pregnant for at least one year. Women should talk with a doctor earlier, however, if they: Are age 35 or older and have been trying to conceive for six months or longer Are over age 40 Have irregular or absent periods Have very painful periods Have known fertility problems Have been diagnosed with endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease Have had multiple miscarriages Have undergone treatment for cancer Men should talk to a doctor if they have: A low sperm count or other problems with sperm A history of testicular, prostate or sexual problems Undergone treatment for cancer Small testicles or swelling in the scrotum Others in your family with infertility problems. #mysisterskeeper #checkyourself #infertility #infertilitysucks #infertilityawareness #infertilitysupport #showlove

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