Peta Murgatroyd, a former professional dancer for Dancing With the Stars, has shared an update with her fans.
Murgatroyd has recently spoke out to People Magazine about three miscarriages over the course of two years, as she is attempting to get pregnant with her second child.
I was completely embarrassed, thus I didn't even know how to utter the words and have that sentence removed from my mouth. Im somebody who loves herself on wellness and health every single day. I exercise every day. However, as I realized, it doesn't really go hand-in-hand with the reproductive system, according to Murgatroyd.
Murgatroyd has announced that she will undergo IVF and is keeping supporters informed about her journey.
Murgatroyd had a disaster of a day prior to her egg resurrection.
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On Instagram, Murgatroyd posted a photo of her egg retrieval day.
Murgatroyd met supporters on a night out in New York finishing a job and had a flight booked that evening to return to LA for egg retrieval. He was CANCELED! Not rebooked, but completely canceled.
She explained that this would not be an issue, but that he was the next morning to give his sample (a fresh sample) to fertilize the eggs. The first plane he might take to the airport at 9 am, and I was due in pain at 9 am.
She said she told her husband that he would find a way to serve her, and that he did not arrive until the end of the appointment.
Murgatroyd Is Hopeful Following the Surgery
Murgatroyd admitted that she is optimistic following the surgery that she may harvest eggs for fertilization.
Murgatroyd wrote that he couldn't get more footage inside the operating room and after surgery. Buttt. We got 40 eggs from 27 follicles, and he said it was counted.
She said that her doctor was patiently patient and couldn't believe the number.
I am optimistic and cannot wait to expand our family. I understand that this is just the beginning, so I am not leaving myself to die.
Murgatroyd apologised to her doctor in the Instagram caption.
She wrote about her next level care. I was so calm, prepped, and ready. Nurses were empowering me to laugh after a stressful night, and I had the best of experiences. Dr Surrey kept me informed and informed on every step of the procedure and post op care.
One of those nurses gave Murgatroyd more hope when she said she was the greatest.
Keep your fingers crossed everyone that a few little Chmerkovskiys are waiting for us soon! she concluded.
Murgatroyd informed people that she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and that she and her husband wanted to try IVF in hopes of having a viable pregnancy.
For the first time in over two years, I feel overwhelmed. Im in a much happier situation. I have found solutions.
Dancing With the Stars will premiere on Disney+ rather than on ABC in a first for the show and the network in the fall of 2022.