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Julianne Hough is feeling liberated at the meeting, and in vitro fertilization journey.
The former “Dancing with the Stars’ pro recently spoke to People about the process of design and how the open has helped her in many ways.
“The best part about it is the fact that it is open, if you really don’t have anything to hide, it was just to be free and to be free,” said Hough in an interview. “The thing in the hand, it felt so heavy to wear, doesn’t feel so heavy anymore. It’s not a burden to carry.”
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As a dancer and actress Julianne Hough poses at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards in los angeles, Calif., April 3, 2016.
Hough is hoping that her situation can be, help others and remove the stigma associated with in vitro fertilization.
“It is, actually, in a way where it’s not just me, feel free, but this will help them to see themselves in the freedom and the courage also to talk about it. I really, truly believe that if we are to keep things in, and that’s where the diseases come from it,” the dancer said.
She added, “well, That’s where the pain is coming from — physically, emotionally, and mentally. Therefore, we do not just talk about it, but [to move] from [the better]. That’s what I believe in. So, I’m an open book.”
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Hough has been open about her struggle with endometriosis, a disease that affects the reproductive organs, which she suffers from in 2008. She said that the disease has a major impact on her sex life.
“It can be very short,” Hough told Women’s Health. “Sometimes, we have to be in the middle of it and I’m like ‘OH, stop!” It can be very frustrating.”
In spite of the situation, Hough said, is that a man and a HOCKEY star Brooks Laich, is incredibly supportive, and have an iv in your arm for more foreplay in their sex life, and if intercourse is not possible.
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“He just wants to love on me and make me feel good,” she told the magazine. “There’s so much intimacy without actually having sex. There are a few of the fun things we have been taught, and it was literally awesome.”