- Actress Jolina Magdangal expressed her concerns over breastfeeding newborn daughter Vika
- The celebrity is currently in a bad condition which netizens described as an effect of giving birth
- Jolina said her husband and son are assuring her fast recovery
Kapamilya actress Jolina Magdangal bravely revealed that she is concerned about how she will breastfeed her Baby Vika now that she is in a bad condition.
KAMI learned that the veteran actress is currently suffering from a fever which makes it uneasy and complicated for her to provide milk for her newborn daughter.
Jolina expressed that she can still breastfeed her cute baby but there are restrictions to follow such as they cannot stay in one bed after breastfeeding.
She also explained that her husband and son Pele are always by her side and taking care of her while she is still not feeling good.
A lot of netizens speculate that “binat” is the cause of the bad condition that the promising TV host is suffering especially because she gave birth through a Caesarean operation.
Meanwhile, as a sign of sweetness, the Magandang Buhay host shared that Pele always writes a message wishing her fast recovery.
“Hirap talaga magkasakit. Bigla lang ako nilagnat kahapon hanggang ngayon, sakit ng mga laman laman.
“Buti nalang pwede parin magpadede kay Vika kahit may lagnat (yun nga lang after dede di kami pwede magtabi).
“Si Pele inaalagaan ako, lagi ako binibigyan ng tubig at minamasahe paa ko at kamay. Lagi din sya sumusulat sakin. Si Mark nakabantay din.
“Sana bukas magaling na ako please,” she wrote on her Instagram post
In a previous article by KAMI, several heart-melting photos of Jolina and Baby Vika circulated and went viral online.
Born on November 6, 1978, Jolina is a Filipina actress, television host, multi-platinum recording artist, and entrepreneur who became more popular for her portrayal in The Adarna Adventure.
She married Rivermaya’s drummer Mark Escueta in 2011 and they were granted two lovely children named Pele and Vika.
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