Love & Hip Hop star Rah Ali breaks her silence about miscarriage


Rah Ali opened up about her miscarriage at five months pregnant on Friday.The Love & Hip: New York star said it was ‘the worst experience’ in her life after she lost her baby girl – whom she named Sanaa – on May 26 ‘I held her … and she slept in the room with us until the morning when they took her away I felt like I lost my soul,’ the 35-year-old told People. Personal: Rah Ali opened up about her miscarriage at five months pregnant on Friday; (pictured 2017)Rah said she assumed the ‘stomach cramps’ she felt the morning of the miscarriage were normal side effects of pregnancy But when the pain didn’t subside and became worse during the day, she decided to have seek medical advice ‘I called my husband and he rushed home,’ she explained. ‘The ambulance came and they took me to the hospital That’s when they told me that my cervix was completely open and that my water had broken ‘ Tragedy: The Love & Hip: New York star said it was ‘the worst experience’ in her life after she lost her baby girl – whom she named Sanaa – on May 26; (pictured on Instagram in April)Rah was forced into labor  ‘When you’re pregnant with your first child, it’s a whole mental thing just knowing that you’re going to deliver,’ she revealed  ‘Every day you count down and see [your due date] getting closer and closer. At five months, I hadn’t even come to the realization that it was going to happen It was the worst experience of my life.’Rah gave birth to the baby girth at five months gestation, but the baby died shortly after as the doctors said ‘her daughter had no chance of surviving outside the womb at 20 weeks’ ‘Our bond was so strong. Maybe because God knew I would never be able to experience it … I just felt so connected to her,’ she shared Since the tragedy, Rah said she has received support from women who have ‘lived through similar experiences’ Support: Since the tragedy, Rah said she has received support from women who have ‘lived through similar experiences’; (pictured 2018)

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