'Big Bang Theory' star, Melissa Rauch pregnant with first child at 37

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 12, 2017

"The Big Bang Theory" star is expecting her first child with her husband this fall, and despite her excitement, she also fears she'll miscarry again.

She begins the piece: "Here is the only statement regarding my pregnancy that doesn't make me feel like a complete fraud: 'Melissa is expecting her first child".

Nevertheless, the 37-year-old announced the news via Instagram and was met with congratulatory and supportive messages from her fans around the world.

"'She feels weird even announcing this at all, and would rather wait until her child heads off to college to tell anyone, but she figures she should probably share this news before someone sees her waddling around with her mid-section protruding and announces it first, '" Melissa continued. "So when I thought about having to share the news about expecting this baby, all I could think about was another woman mourning over her loss as I did, anxious she would never get pregnant again, and reading about my little bundle on the way".

'It felt a bit disingenuous to not also share the struggle it took for me to get here.' she wrote. In her Glamour essay, Rauch wrote that after her miscarriage and before getting pregnant again, it was hard seeing other pregnant women. "It is something all its own, and the struggle that comes with handling the grief and guilt of that loss is not almost talked about enough", Rauch explains. I kept waiting for the sadness to lift...but it didn't'. "Sure, I had happy moments and life went on, but the heartbreak was always lurking". That, paired with the constant string of questions - such as "When are you having a little one?" and "You're getting up there".

Rauch first explains the important reason why she made a decision to share her story. "Our pain is something to be worked through until it isn't anymore", she wrote. "So on my better days, rather than being a big jerk to myself, I just started saying: It is OK to not be OK right now".

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