The quondam EastEnders star – alongside Andrea McClean, Jane Moore and Coleen Nolan – was examining whether or not mothers who are told their unborn child won’t survive should come to an end their pregnancy or carry it to full term, so that the organs can be tolerant of to save others.
“I think all of us would say, ‘yeah, I could take it myself doing that’, but can you imagine being in that circumstances?” Nadia said.
“I remember having my third miscarriage and I in point of fact had it home and delivered it and all of that. I was just not right in my head, I was so strange – I was due st four and a half months.
“I actually kept the foetus in the freezer because I didn’t necessity it to go anywhere.”
As the audience gasped, she explained: “There’s this bearing and I wasn’t ready to let go. It was four and a half months, only this big, but it’s that influence.
“That lioness thing comes out. Eventually we had a burial for it.”
Earlier, Andrea had vocal of the devastation a close friend suffered when she too was given horrific expos about her unborn baby.
“They discovered that their much longed-for indulge was given no chance of survival,” she said. “If she managed to carry out d kill it full term she was told it wouldn’t survive 24 hours.
“It was a grievous decision for them to terminate the pregnancy and not go ahead with it.”
Medics do not take to task rents that organ donation is an option, as there are fears that this would put undue stress on them or sway their decision.
Andrea asked: “With uncountable mothers not knowing that [donation] is an option, could it be that in some way some benevolent [could] come of this pregnancy?”
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