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Mandy Moore has revealed that a rare blood condition will prevent her from using an epidural when she gives birth to her second child later this fall.
The ‘This Is Us’ star said parents today She suffers from an autoimmune disease known as immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). You may bleed easily or excessively.
The 38-year-old actress admitted her platelets were “too low for an epidural,” adding that she experienced the same while pregnant with her now-1-year-old son Gus.
“It was terrible,” the actress recalled of the experience. It’s very good on its own.
Speaking to ET’s Denny Direct earlier this week, Moore opened up about preparing to give birth to her second child with husband Taylor Goldsmith and the difficult decision of having to cancel her tour.
Moore told ET’s Denny Direct, “Until you feel, ‘I have to draw a line,’ trust your intuition, give yourself grace, and realize you can’t do everything, it’s really physical.” The “In Real Life” singer canceled about half of her tour dates in June as she approached the third trimester of her pregnancy.
“We did half the tour and it was a lot of fun,” she said, noting that her husband, brother-in-law and 1-year-old son, Gus, were on board the entire time. . “It was so magical in the sense that I was in a new city every day. [Gus] I had to meet new people every day. It was an incredible life experience that he will never remember, but we do. ”
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Mandy Moore reveals she will give birth without an epidural due to rare blood disorder
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