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Jessie also opened up to the Times about her battle with adenomyosis, a condition similar to endometriosis that causes tissue that lines the uterus to grow into the uterine wall. It often leads to pain and can make it difficult to become pregnant or sustain a pregnancy, and treatments don't always work. In November, the singer told the crowd at a concert, which Channing attended, that four years prior, a doctor told her she could not have children. She said her reaction was, "Oh **** nooooooo."
"The pain I've been through with this disease is the hardest thing I've ever had to face," Jessie told the Times. "I get severe pain, which I have to manage, and psychologically, well, having children was always a big thing for me. I may be infertile, which, not gonna lie, would be devastating."
"Basically, I am still hoping [to be able to get pregnant]. Some days it...
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