I cried after my baby was born - Gifty Anti opens up on childbirth

I cried after my baby was born - Gifty Anti opens up on childbirth

- Veteran broadcaster, Gifty Anti, has revealed that she cried a lot when she gave birth to her child

- The reason, she revealed, was because the baby contracted jaundice as soon as she was born

- Even though she knew jaundice can be treated, she could not help but shed uncontrollable tears

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Ace Ghanaian broadcaster, Gifty Anti, has disclosed the reason she shed uncontrollable tears after she gave birth to her child.

I cried after my baby was born - Gifty Anti opens up on childbirth

Nana Ansah Kwao IV, with his wife, Gifty Anti and their daughter

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Gifty revealed that her baby, Nyame Animunyam Afia Asaa Afrakoma Sintim-Misa, contracted jaundice as soon she was born.

She therefore had to be placed inside an incubator, and this led her mother to breakdown in tears.

In a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, the veteran broadcaster added that she was advised to monitor her baby, as soon as they were discharged from the hospital.

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“…in the evening I looked in the eyes and realized it was yellow; meaning she has jaundice.

Even though I knew it can be treated, I couldn’t hold back my tears…”, Gifty stated, during a recent interview on Kokrokoo on Peace FM.

Gifty Anti went on to reveal the difficulties mothers whose babies are to be put in an incubator face.

According to her, it gets worse in the case of a pre-term baby, when the mother realizes the possibility of death of the baby, in instances where there are no incubators.

Gifty married Nana Kwao Ansah IV two years ago, and gave birth to her baby earlier this year.

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