Seven months after saying her being pregnant, Amy Schumer remains to be coping with extreme nausea and vomiting — however her face (and T-shirt) stated this all throughout a sonogram session.
Amy Schumer, 37, can also be in disbelief that she’s not within the supply room but. The Trainwreck star bared her very swollen stomach for an image within the physician’s workplace, the place she was present process a sonogram. “Oh yeah does it really feel to everybody like I’ve been pregnant for a very long time? It should be getting annoying to you all that I’m nonetheless pregnant,” the comic captioned the image on Might 3, including, “Nicely think about how I really feel mom f**ers!!!!!!”
The bestselling writer threw within the hashtags #soblessed and #hatemondaysloveweekendstho for further emphasis on her painful place, however she didn’t want to inform us — the look on her face stated all of it. Oh, and a brilliant yellow T-shirt that learn “I hate Mondays.” Amy’s husband Chris Fischer, whom she married in Feb. 2018, was additionally current within the physician’s workplace, though he seemed to be preoccupied along with his telephone.
Not solely is Amy coping with an exceptionally lengthy being pregnant, she additionally suffers a uncommon situation known as hyperemesis gravidarum. No, that’s not a elaborate title for morning illness — it’s an precise dysfunction that causes “extreme and protracted nausea and vomiting throughout being pregnant which will necessitate hospitalization,” in line with the Nationwide Group for Uncommon Issues. A hospitalization was certainly vital in Nov. 2018, only one month after saying her being pregnant in Oct. 2018 (she was in her second trimester by the point she shared a photograph from the hospital mattress).
Amy has often documented her struggles from hyperemesis gravidarum, as we noticed her hooked as much as an IV in Dec. 2018. Seeing all that the Comedy Central startlet has gone via, it was comprehensible when some followers mistakenly assumed that Amy lastly popped out her child. In an Instagram submit on April 22, she wrote that Emily Oster’s being pregnant self-help ebook “Anticipating Higher” had “acquired me via being pregnant,” which led to feedback reminiscent of “Obtained you thru as in previous tense?! Are congratulations so as?! 💕” and “Obtained me via’ as in previous tense?!” Nope, nonetheless current tense.