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Jolina Magdangal’s current condition that makes it hard for her to breastfeed her newborn, Vika

We all know that breastfeeding is very important especially during the first six months of a baby. It is also medically proven to be packed with disease-fighting substances that help protect them from illnesses. Jolina Magdangal is one of those moms who try their best to provide their milk to their babies.

But recently, the Kapamilya actress confessed that she’s currently having a hard time to breastfeed her newborn, Vika, because of her condition. She recently made the alarming revelation on her Instagram.

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According to the “Magandang Buhay” host, she is currently having a fever, weeks after her Caesarean operation. Many netizens speculated that Mamshie Jolina has caught a ” binat” after her surgery.

Although she clarified that she can still breastfeed Vika, Jolina stressed that it comes with several restrictions. She said that she cannot stay bed right after breastfeeding her newborn.

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Thankfully, her loving husband and son came to the rescue. Both of them managed to look after her and take care of Vika while she’s not feeling well. In fact, her eldest son, Pele, recently wrote a short bus sweet message for her mom. Jolina proudly uploaded it on her Instagram as she got touched with his sweet act.

Jolina also wrote how hard it was for her to catch a sickness especially while taking care of her newborn. She is also thankful that son and husband are always there to help her.

Hirap talaga magkasakit. Bigla lang ako nilagnat kahapon hanggang ngayon, sakit ng mga laman laman. Si Pele inaalagaan ako, lagi ako binibigyan ng tubig at minamasahe paa ko at kamay. Lagi din sya sumusulat sakin. Si Mark nakabantay din,” she wrote.

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