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Golnesa 'GG' Gharachedaghi Reveals She Suffered A Miscarriage In 2019 After Undergoing IVF

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Feb. 5 2020, Updated 6:45 p.m. ET

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Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi opened up about a very painful moment she experienced in the summer of 2019 when she sadly suffered a miscarriage. The Shahs of Sunset star revealed the news on Instagram and said that her rheumatoid arthritis is back.

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Golnesa, 38, shared a candid Instagram post on February 4 that detailed her current health battles and her past struggles. GG wrote in her post that she lost a baby in summer 2019 and went through IVF soon after to get pregnant again. She announced she was pregnant with her first child through the help of IVF and a sperm donor back in October 2019.

Alongside a video of the Bravo celebrity sitting in a hospital chair with an IV injected into her arm, she wrote, "So many of my fellow warriors and followers have been asking about my status with rheumatoid arthritis while being pregnant..."

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"My situation took a bit of a turn for the worst. It took me a long time to get my body healthy so I can get pregnant and last year, I was in superb shape, so I went thru with IVF and got pregnant," GG continued her lengthy caption. "Summer of last year I was finally pregnant but I was faced dead on with a series of unfortunate events."

GG explained that viewers will see the emotional moment unfold on season eight of Shahs of Sunset. "I'll keep it short because it will all be on this coming season of Shahs of Sunset, but let's just say that the pregnancy was lost and I ended up in the ER undergoing emergency surgery to remove both of my fallopian tubes," she wrote.

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The Wusah creator pointed out that after the healing process was completed, she went through IVF again and got pregnant. However, the loss and surgery put her body "in shock" and her rheumatoid arthritis "came back 10 times worse than ever."

Golnesa has been open in the past about her RA and has said cannabis helps her cope with the painful symptoms. She was diagnosed with the disease in 2010.

The Los Angeles native explained that she is currently back on IV infusions and steroid injections that all "have been cleared as safe while being pregnant." She concluded her post with a message to her followers. "One thing I wanna say to all of you, is to stay strong through the hard times. We are all so much more powerful than we give ourselves credit for, so take a moment and appreciate yourselves," Golnesa wrote.

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