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Vera Sidika ready to spend up to Ksh1 million to avoid painful delivery

By Kevin Koech On Sat, 31 Jul, 2021 15:04 | 2 mins read
Vera Sidika and Boyfriend Brian Mauzo.Photo/courtesy.

Expectant socialite Vera Sidika recently detailed what she will go through as she expects to welcome her unborn baby.

In a series of posts on her Insta Story, the socialite said she will undergo caesarean section to welcome her daughter, noting that she does not want to experience labour pain.

“Now let me tell you my thoughts; ever since I thought of having kids in my adult life, I said to myself I’ll do it only if I don’t have to experience labor. So, I have forever been team CS

She added; “Elective CS (scheduled) I don’t want to feel an inch of labor pain. In fact, I even wanna slay; have my wig and make up on fleek during my delivery.”

On why she opted for the surgery, Vera explained that she cannot handle labour pain, adding that she has enough time for her CS scar to heal.

“I honestly can’t deal with pain. Yeah, y’all keep saying C.S takes longer to heal. Who told you I’m in a hurry to heal. Vaginal delivery? Nah, not doing that to my vagina,” she added.

The socialite also disclosed that she is ready to spend up to ksh1 million just to avoid painful delivery.

“They say CS is expensive but if you really want it. You’d prepare better even if you don’t have money. That’s 9 months of saving. For private hospitals case is super different. Could part with a whooping ksh1 million for CS delivery & the whole VIP treatment. But hey! We don’t get pregnant everyday so why not,” Vera said.

Vera unveiled her pregnancy in June by posting a video on Instagram showing her baby bump.

“We are pregnant and we couldn’t be more excited! We decided it was time to add an entertainer to our lil family! We’ve for some time, to share our lovely news. We are so excited for this bundle of joy to come into our lives and to experience a love far beyond all measures. We are thankful that the Lord chose us to be this baby’s parents,” she wrote at the time.

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