Studio 263 actress and radio presenter, Tinopona Katsande told that Daly News that she is pregnant with another boy despite suffering from endometriosis. She said:
My baby is growing very well in his own sack but this time, the fibroids growing with baby are much bigger than the first time around … but my doctor says the baby is growing perfectly and for me, that is all that matters.
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I will endure all the pain to see this pregnancy through and I have all the faith that we will pull through. It is worth it because I know my God is faithful to his promises to me.
The discomfort is perpetual and the search to find a pain management programme that lasts once and for all is always the mission but since the condition has no cure, one just has to condition themselves to accept it and keep trying to be as comfortable as possible.
Katsande, however, refused to disclose the name of her partner and unborn child’s father insisting that she intended to protect her privacy as much as possible. She said:
I am very fortunate to have a loving, caring and supportive family system, close friends as well all as my fan base too and when I announced my pregnancy to my fans and fellow endo sisters … I was overwhelmed by the responses and magnitude of such love, celebration and well-wishing.
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Tinopona 'Tin Tin' Katsande is a popular Zimbabwean actress, radio and television personality. She rose to national stardom when she featured in the soapie Studio 263 in the early 2000s playing the role of 'Joyce Huni'. She was a disc jockey at ZiFM Stereoand was... Read More About Tinopona Katsande
Studio 263 is Zimbabwe's first Soap Opera that Premiered in 2002. Initially written by Aaron Chiundura Moyo, the soapie was about life in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare. The series made history by becoming one of the few locally produced series to be aired on international... Read More About Studio 263