On Monday’s all-new episode, the 39-year-old former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader and her father Bryan Redmond went to see OB/GYN Dr. Holt to check in about Brandi’s fertility.
“I’ve been carrying baby heat in a vital way,” pronounced Brandi, who already is a mom to immature daughters Brooklyn and Brinkley. “Bryan is a usually child in his family. So it would meant a lot to him to have a small child to lift on his name.”
While during a doctor, Brandi suggested that a year prior, she underwent a “mommy makeover” — a renouned cosmetic medicine that addresses a woman’s post-pregnancy physique issues by (typically) mixing a stomach tuck, fat and widen symbol dismissal and breast lift, augmentation or encouragement in a singular surgery.
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“With my mommy makeover, my core of my stomach was separated,” Brandi explained. “So they sewed it behind together really tightly, and we was done wakeful that if we were to have another pregnancy, that baby competence not be means to grow to full term.”
Months after a surgery, Brandi schooled she was profound while on vacation in Florida. An ultrasound during a internal medical core suggested she had miscarried, a baby’s heartbeat undetectable.
“I feel like we only censure myself doing a mommy makeover,” Brandi pronounced in tears.
Dr. Holt did her best to comfort Brandi, revelation a Dallas Housewife that a medicine expected did not have anything to do with her miscarriage.
“I wouldn’t censure yourself during all,” she said. “Tons of people get profound after mommy makeover though any problems whatsoever. While you’re here, if we wanted to see your flood potential, afterwards we’re means to do that for you.”
Brandi seemed to feel improved though still disturbed about a health risks of carrying another child.
“If we were to get pregnant, it’s frightful only since of all of a possibilities that come with it,” she said. “I competence have another miscarriage or we competence have a child that’s a premie. So all of those things, they import heavily on me.”
The Real Housewives of Dallas front Mondays (10 p.m. ET) on Bravo.