Jessie J is doing all she can to make natural conception a possibility for her future.
The 30-year-old hasnt given up hope of having children and declared she will be a mother despite being told it would never be an option four years ago.
Jessie revealed her fertility plight in front of a live audience at Londons Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday night, and now reveals how she refused to have a hysterectomy in 2014.
Making a statement in an Instagram Stories post, Jessie wrote: I was also told I would need a hysterectomy immediately and to be put on medication.
I refused the hysterectomy and Im off all medication through natural medicine and diet change.
I havent given up hope. I am doing all I can to make it happen the best way my body will allow.
Jessie explained how it had taken her a long time to be open about her truth until she decided to put it in her music.
She added: I will be a mother. As will you. I believe in miracles. But if it doesnt happen naturally then that wasnt meant to be the journey.
But a mother is within all of us. That inspires me everyday. We are strong. Time will tell.
The musician shared the moment she was told about her fertility issues before performing the song, Four Letter Word, from her latest album R.O.S.E, on stage this week.
She said the response to her personal revelation had been overwhelming and thanked fans for their love and support.
Jessie also reportedly vowed to become a mother through other means as she addressed a packed-out crowd, which also included rumoured new boyfriend Channing Tatum.
Afterwards Channing, who was just seats away from the singers mother, praised Jessie for pouring her heart out in front of the sold-out audience.
Last month, he brought his five-year-old daughter Everly – whom he shares with recently estranged wife Jenna Dewan – to one of Jessies show.
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