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Rubina Dilaik shares her journey through fertility challenges and rediscovering intimacy after welcoming twins




Navigating the Challenges of Pregnancy and Conception: Rubina Dilaik’s Candid Journey

Famed TV actor Rubina Dilaik opens up about struggles with pregnancy and conception in new podcast

In a candid and heartfelt conversation with actor and friend Pankhuri Awasthy, Rubina Dilaik shared her personal struggles with pregnancy and conception in her insightful podcast ‘Kisine Bataya Nahi: The Motherhood Journey’. The popular TV actor revealed that low levels of Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) had posed a challenge to her ability to conceive naturally.

According to Dilaik, her doctor had informed her that she only had a four-month window where conceiving through natural means was possible due to her low AMH levels. This condition typically indicates diminished ovarian reserve and reduced fertility chances without medical assistance. The actor expressed her frustration after three months of unsuccessful attempts, contemplating options like Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) or In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF).

However, in a surprising turn of events, Dilaik shared that she fell pregnant the month she decided to take a break from actively trying. This unexpected twist highlighted the unpredictability of conception and the emotional rollercoaster that comes with fertility struggles.

Post-pregnancy, both actresses discussed the challenges of maintaining intimacy with partners amidst newborn demands and exhaustion. Hormonal changes, body image issues, and postpartum depression were also addressed as common factors that can impact intimacy. They emphasized the importance of regular communication, self-care, and gradually reintroducing intimacy to aid in recovery.

Dilaik’s openness and vulnerability shed light on lesser-discussed aspects of pregnancy and fertility struggles. Her story serves as a reminder to women facing similar challenges that there is hope and encourages open discussions to provide better support to each other through this journey.