Still-pregnant Amy Schumer beds rumors about giving birth, raises awareness about hyperemesis
It was rumored only a few weeks ago that the comedian had already given birth but she has now confirmed that she has a way to go yet
Amy Schumer is not the secret mother we all thought she became. Instead, she is still pregnant and trying her best to manage with all the puking. Fans were pretty convinced the actress had already given birth after a social media post made it seem so. Schumer is expecting a child with her husband, Chris Fischer, and only a few weeks ago had posted a picture of her pregnant belly on Instagram, way ahead of her due date.
Now to put all the gossip to a halt, the comedian posted a picture of her with Fischer, where she wrote, "Amy Schumer And Chris Fischer set pulses racing while the heavily pregnant Schumer flaunts her growing bump. Amy is still pregnant and puking because money rarely goes to medical studies for women such as hyperemesis or endometriosis and instead goes to things like d**ks not getting hard enough or old guys who want harder d**ks. 👴 👍🏼🤮."
This post is clarification of the doubt fans were put in when Schumer posted another picture on Instagram earlier. Posting the picture of a book by Emily Oster, she said in the post: "The book #expectingbetter by @profemilyoster got me through pregnancy. It is a fact and statistic based look at pregnancy. She is an economist at Brown University. Her follow up book #cribsheet is about children from birth to preschool. I am so grateful for her work."
Fans were immediately captured by the part where she mentioned the book getting her through pregnancy and took it to mean she had given birth. One fan wrote, "Uhhh congratulations? Lol idk if I’m reading too much into that."
With the recent post, she has put that rumor to rest but fans still want to know when she is going to finally become a mother. One fan wrote, "This pregnancy has truly lasted forever😩 When is your due date?"
However, some fans have also thanked her for bringing out the issue of hyperemesis, which is a pregnancy complication that is characterized by severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss, and possibly dehydration. One fan wrote, "Yes! Thanks for uplifting this critical issue. I research biomaterials for women’s health and it is appalling how much we still don’t know. There are lots of incredible scientists ready to ask and answer these questions, but not enough money!"