‘Amy didn’t poop for 3 weeks?’ Fans worried as '1000-Lb Sisters’ star Amy Slaton reveals second pregnancy

‘Amy didn’t poop for 3 weeks?’ Fans worried as '1000-Lb Sisters’ star Amy Slaton reveals second pregnancy
'1000-Lb Sisters' fans slam Amy Slaton for being pregnant again (TLC)

DIXON, KENTUCKY: TLC has come up with yet another season showcasing the weight loss journey of Tammy and Amy Slaton. '1000-Lb Sisters' just dropped on the screen with Season 4. In the recently released episode, Amy announced that she is pregnant with a second child with her husband Michael. Since becoming pregnant, Amy claims it has been a month since she has defecated.

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Instead of being happy about Amy's pregnancy announcement, it seemed that fans are concerned about her. '1000-Lb Sisters' fans claim that Amy should not have been trying for another baby because of the health issues she has had due to her excessive weight. Moreover, some even claimed that the TLC star was at risk when she had Gage, and now with her second pregnancy, she might face more severe issues. Amy shared on the screen that she got to know about her pregnancy when she didn't defecate for three weeks. Well, fans wonder how she could control that. Amy confessed that morning sickness, constant peeing, and puking have been adding difficulties to her pregnancy. Keep reading to know more.

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'1000-Lb Sisters': Amy Slaton and husband Michael announcing second pregnancy (TLC)
'1000-Lb Sisters' star Amy Slaton and her husband Michael announce second pregnancy (TLC)

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Amy with her husband showed off the ultrasound photo on the screen, calling their baby a "beanie." The TLC star claimed that she does not know the gender of the baby yet. However, as of now, Amy has welcomed her second child, a boy named Glenn Allen Halterman. But, fans didn't find her being pregnant for the second time to be a wise choice.

A fan tweeted, "I don’t think Amy should’ve been trying to have another baby. Especially after having the surgery and having Gage was so risky." Another claimed, "Amy knew she wasn't supposed to get pregnant the 1st time and now she having another." Another claimed, "Amy has more excuses bc she is pregnant, she may be even worse this time around. lol." Another fan called out Amy for being too sensitive. "I hate when women are 2 months pregnant and act like they're deathly ill and can't do shit," tweeted the fan.

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Moreover, some fans even slammed the star for claiming she hasn't defecated in three weeks. A fan wrote, "Amy didn't poop for 3 weeks?!?! I'd freak out if I didn't poop in 3 days." Another wrote, "Amy really hasn't lost much weight and don't say anything about her being pregnant." Furthermore, a fan joked saying how Dr Procter's reaction would have been seeing her pregnant. "Dr. Proctor when Amy got pregnant again," wrote the fan. Another tweeted, "I really hope Amy has worked on her hoarding and cleaning skills before "beanie" was born. It is really a challenge raising 2 babies close in age let alone with housekeeping challenges."



 

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'1000-Lb Sisters' Season 4 will further capture whether Amy's pregnancy will be a smooth one or not. She claimed that with this pregnancy she just wants to eat. Moreover, in a recent update, it's been known that Amy has not pooped for a month.

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Catch Amy Slaton in the new season of ‘1000-Lb Sisters’ releasing every Tuesday, at 9 pm ET/PT on TLC.

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