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Lena Dunham: ‘It is difficult to pregnant women after the removal of my uterus’

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“I just want to live around old people, that’s not me every day remind me of the infertility and loneliness.”

Lena Dunham has struggled to accept that she is now barren after the removal of her uterus to her endometriosis, to heal. (That is a chronic disease in which tissue that somewhat resembles the endometrium outside the uterus is found).

The 32-year-old Girls star had her uterus removed to himself to relieve the pain and she admits that she still has trouble to pregnant women and babies. “These are all things as the smell of new babies and breastfeeding, and watching a baby that you know, like you”, she tells The Cut.

The actress, who earlier this year her relationship with the musician Jack Antonoff saw beaches, has since moved from Brooklyn to another part of New York and is relieved that they are not so many young people with their children having to see where she now lives.

“I am back among my own tribe, who, like old people in the natural food shop and walk around. If I never another f**king person in a cool zakjurk with their baby see. I just want to live around old people, that’s not me every day remind me of the infertility and loneliness.”

Lena had too much pain to wait for her eggs to be frozen before they have a surgery and she is still “surprised” that her desire to have a child naturally turn to her pain. “It really is amazing. I thought that I would do whatever it took to naturally having a child. It turned out that that was not true.”

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