Jenny Mollen reveals she had a miscarriage during this time coronavirus Epidemic.
The 43-year-old actress and her American Pie star husband Jason Biggs, 44, were secretly expecting a baby but tragically lost their unborn child.
Jenny revealed she needed dilation and curettage (D&C) — a procedure to remove tissue from inside the uterus — and abortion care, which is now illegal in some states.
In an Instagram post on Thursday, Jenny shared photos of her pregnancy and revealed that she was Chrissy Teigen recently revealed that she lost baby son Jack to a life-saving abortion in September 2020.
Tragic: Jason Biggs’ wife Jenny Mollen reveals she suffered a miscarriage during the pandemic and needed abortion care because she was in Roe v. Wade (pictured in 2019).
Jenny wrote on Instagram: ‘When @chrissyteigen posted about having an abortion and receiving abortion care, I had to stop and think.
‘Jason and I have experienced miscarriages twice during the course of our relationship. The first was at the beginning of our relationship and the second during the pandemic.
‘Both times I needed DC’ [dilation and curettage] And received abortion care and both times I was very grateful to be in a country where it was possible.
‘I didn’t want that to happen. But thank God, I was in such capable hands when I did.
‘I stand with @chrissyteigen and all the other brave women who are helping to raise awareness on this important issue. (sic)’
The Candidate: In an Instagram post on Thursday, Jenny shared photos of her pregnancy and revealed she was inspired to speak up after she had a miscarriage by Chrissy Teigen.
Hardik: Jenny shares photos of herself in hospital as she appeals to women not to remain silent in discussion on abortion rights
The procedure: Jenny reveals she needs dilation and curettage (D&C) — a procedure to remove tissue from the uterus — and abortion care, which is now illegal in some states
Amateur Night star Jenny also thanked fellow actress Busy Phillips for ‘educating her’ to speak out about abortion rights in America.
She continued: ‘Thank you also for repeatedly educating me @busyphilipps on why we shouldn’t be silent. Abortion rights affect all of us.
‘It’s important to understand that when we say abortions are medical procedures, that save lives and are important – that’s part of what we’re talking about.
‘Women in states with these extreme abortion restrictions are unable to receive this care, often forced to travel for hours in pain and grief to other states. It is unconscious that politicians who do not understand how our bodies function are making laws to control them.
Her remarks come after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, which had previously protected women’s rights to an abortion in June this year.
In January 2019, Jenny talked about her first miscarriage, which happened after she had been dating now-husband Jason for eight months when she unexpectedly became pregnant.
While she understands how upsetting this can be in a variety of circumstances, Jenny – who now has sons Sid, eight, and Lazlo, four, with his wife – felt that her miscarriage gave her a ‘chance to breathe. Have given.
She said: ‘I had a miscarriage, but it was the kind of weird thing where I wasn’t sad about it. I mean, you can’t be… Here’s the thing: I understand women who have always tried who want to have a baby, and then they feel sad because they have a miscarriage.
‘But there’s never been a baby, and at age 27, 28, miscarriage can also be like a mitzvah. I was like, ‘Oh my god.’ It gave me a chance to breathe.
Jenny said: ‘I stand with @chrissyteigen and all the other brave women who are helping to raise awareness on this important issue. (sic)’ (pictured in Chrissy September)
Earlier this month Chrissy Teigen revealed that the passing of her late son Jack was the result of a life-saving miscarriage, not the miscarriage as she originally said.
The wife of John Legend, 36, revealed that she made the ‘difficult decision’ to terminate the pregnancy at 20 weeks after coming to terms with the fact that she and Jack were unlikely to survive.
The couple previously said that Jack died partly as a result of complications caused by placental abruption, which occurs when the placenta detaches from the womb, depriving the baby of oxygen and causing heavy bleeding in the mother. it happens.
Chrissy is currently pregnant with her and John’s fourth child. They have a six-year-old daughter Luna Simone and a four-year-old son, Miles Theodore.
She spoke candidly about her 2020 miscarriage while attending Proper Daily’s ‘A Day of Unresolvable Conversation’ summit in Beverly Hills.
Sweet: Amateur Night star Jenny also thanks fellow actress Busy Phillips for ‘educating her’ to speak out about abortion rights in America (pictured in September)
“Two years ago, when I was pregnant with Jack, John and my third child, I had to make very difficult and heartbreaking decisions,” the star began.
‘Halfway through it became very clear that he wouldn’t survive, and I wouldn’t live without any medical intervention either.’
Although she had long believed Jack’s death to be a miscarriage, Chrissy said that it was her husband John who helped her realize that she was actually going to have a miscarriage.
Last June, an abortion right defender Roe v. The revelation comes amid a shocking Supreme Court decision to overturn Wade.
Chrissy admitted that it came as a ‘shock’ to her.
‘I fell silent, feeling strange that I didn’t mean it that way. I told the world we had a miscarriage, the world believed we had a miscarriage, all the headlines said it was a miscarriage.
“And I got really frustrated that I didn’t say what it was in the first place, and I felt silly that it took me over a year to really understand that we had a miscarriage,” she admitted. .
Heartbreaking: Earlier this month Chrissy revealed that the passing of her late son Jack was the result of a life-saving miscarriage, not a miscarriage as she originally said