In a heartbreaking note, Nadia Afgan discusses her inability to have children

In a heartbreaking note, Nadia Afgan discusses her inability to have children

In a heartbreaking note, Nadia Afgan discusses her inability to have children

In a heartbreaking note, Nadia Afgan discusses her inability to have children

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  • Nadia Afgan took to Instagram to express her grief at the reaction to her admitting on Ahsan Khan’s show, Time Out With Ahsan Khan, that she does not have children by choice.

Nadia Afgan expounded on her lack of children in an interview with actor Ahsan Khan, claiming the following:

“Jawad and I have been married for 15 years and have chosen not to have children.” I’m terrified and nervous about taking on this task. There are a lot of kids in the world. You two [Omair Rana and Ahsan Khan] are brave to have children.”

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The comment sparked an outpouring of responses.

While some praised Nadia Afgan for her candour and decision to be diligent in bringing life into the world, others did not.

Many individuals were offended, feeling that now was the moment to cast judgement.

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As a result, much to the chagrin of her adoring admirers, Nadia Afgan was forced to resort to social media to justify and explain her comments.

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“I had decided years ago that I will never ever talk about this publicly because it was just too painful,” states Nadia. “It still is. But this is needed. It’s needed because of the needless masala our influencers like to share, but more because I am shocked at how women have reacted to my personal statement on [the Ahsan Khan] show.”

“I was a firm believer that all women, whether they have children or not, would know and understand how private a matter this is. I have always believed that all women understand how painful this journey can be, but the past few days have made me see how wrong I’ve been.”

“Ironically, it’s been women – their hurtful comments, cruel judgements, harsh messages, and despicable lack ofcompassion, that made me change my decision and talk about it publicly. [Jawed] and I have been married for 15 years. Both of us adore children – we really wanted to have our own one day. But Allah had other plans – and like everything else in life, we submitted to His will.”

“I have had two miscarriages,” stated Nadia Afgan. “I have gotten three failed IUIs done. I have battled depression after losing two unborn children. I have struggled with panic attacks, fearing another miscarriage. I have gained tonnes of weight because of hormonal issues. We were all set for an IVF. But I just couldn’t go ahead with it. I just couldn’t bear the agony of that single line on the pregnancy test – after going through another emotionally and physically draining procedure.”

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“My husband, Jodi, has been exceptionally understanding and supportive in my journey. He saw what I went through, understood how I felt, and we made this decision, together. For him my comfort and health, both physical and mental, took precedence over everything.”

“Contrary to this, the women in my life, close to me and strangers alike, have shown a shocking lack of empathy – all these years and especially the last few days. I have relived my years of loss all over again since Saturday.”

“I am actually sad today. I am sad because I have been an ambassador of women’s rights all my life. I am sad because I truly believed that we women are one, a clan, a tribe. A group which sticks together, which believes in cheering each other on and giving each other respect and freedom of space – which understands what we go through when we bear children, and when we find out that motherhood was not meant for us – and how excruciatingly painful it is to talk about it on public forums. I stand corrected. We are not.”

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