Nikki Manashe, Alex Reid’s pregnant fiancé, shared an update on her journey when she posted a video of herself being treated with intralipids in the hospital.
The 36-year-old blogger who recently confirmed she has a girl took to Instagram to post the video of her treatment after the couple’s grueling seven-year IVF journey that involved five miscarriages.
Intralipid is an intravenous infusion that aims to provide essential fatty acids needed by women who have had repeated miscarriages.
Pregnancy: Alex Reid’s pregnant fiancé Nikki Manashe shared an update on her journey when she posted a clip of herself getting intralipids in the hospital
Nikki shared the clip of herself wearing a face mask while getting the fluid to her through an IV at the medical facility.
The expectant mother also waved sweetly at her tummy as she stroked her baby bump while getting the medication in her arm.
She lovingly captioned the clip: “ Stay strong, baby! ”
Treatment: The 36-year-old blogger who recently confirmed she has a girl took to Instagram to post the clip of her treatment after the couple’s grueling seven-year IVF journey
‘Stay Strong’: Nikki shared the clip of herself wearing a face mask while getting the fluids through an IV at the medical facility
Last week, Niki revealed that her baby has a chance of survival if she is born now, as she has reached 24 weeks.
Alongside an animated photo of a fetus entitled ‘Nicola & Little Reid’, a delighted Nikki wrote: ‘I officially feel like I can hold you in my arms, my sweet girl! It’s really happening, thankfully 6 months pregnant @alexreidofficial. ‘(sic)
The influencer highlighted how neonatal units have become more sophisticated for preterm children.
‘It’s happening!’ Nikki recently revealed that her baby has a chance of survival if she was born now, as she has reached 24 weeks
The WAG said: ‘OMG everyone, we have reached a huge milestone !!! Viability of 24 weeks! Well done girl! You are a fighter! At 24 weeks, the baby has a chance of survival when born.
Most babies born before then cannot live because their lungs and other vital organs are not developed enough. The care that can now be provided in infant (neonatal) wards means that more and more premature babies are surviving. ‘(sic)
The media personality updated her followers with a picture of her growing belly and her hospital bag.
Frank: Nikki shared this image of the couple’s ultrasound
“I officially feel like I have a chance to hold you in my arms, my sweet girl!” The delighted WAG shared an animated photo of a fetus entitled ‘Nicola & Little Reid’
Nikki wrote: ‘Bump pic. This post is for all the ladies who have miscarried or who have failed IVF cycles and been so low. You have this.
‘Never give up! It can take months, it can take years. But NEVER GIVE UP my fertility fighters. It took me 7 years! I love pregnancy. I love you all.
‘Oh, it’s getting real. Just slowly organizing for my hospital bag. #ivfpregnancy #ivfcommunity #ivfwarrior #pregnancy #babygirl. ‘(sic)
The brunette also revealed that she was forced to eat dry toast for dinner after suffering from ‘gastroenteritis or food poisoning’.
She wrote: ‘My dinner! Dry toast! gastroenteritis or food poisoning! It’s been horrible since 5pm yesterday! I hope the baby is okay. I was very concerned. ‘(sic)
Exciting times are coming: the couple join their family as sportsman Alex, 43, also share eight-year-old daughter Dolly with ex-partner Chantelle Houghton
‘It’s starting to get real’: The media personality updated her followers with a picture of her growing belly and her hospital bag
‘I’ve Been Worried’: The brunette also revealed she was forced to eat dry toast for dinner after suffering from ‘gastroenteritis or food poisoning’
Sportsman Alex, 34, who is the ex-husband of Katie Price, also shares eight-year-old daughter Dolly, with ex-partner Chantelle Houghton.
The couple had originally conceived twins, but unfortunately one of the babies died in December.
At the time, Nikki explained to MailOnline that she ‘balances grief with happiness’ after discovering that she and Alex lost twins in December during her seven and a half week scan at the Harley Street Fertility Clinic in London. 2.
She said, “I have no intention of ever having twins – who will? But once I got pregnant with two babies, I wanted them both so badly.
I had started planning to move to a new house in the country and saw and dreamed of two babies growing up together.
“I felt like all this hard work had paid off and I had two wonderful babies at the end of a very dark, sad tunnel.”
Loss: The couple had originally conceived twins, but unfortunately one of the babies died in December