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Daddie Marto considering vasectomy to avoid having more kids

Actor and content creator Daddie Marto’s wife, Christine Kokueendera, popularly known as Koku Lwanga, has revealed that the couple are considering family planning options that will ensure they don’t have any more children.

The mother of three disclosed that they are contemplating either a vasectomy or tubal ligation as a means of permanent contraception.

“None of my kids are planned. All my kids are oops babies… but I’m really done this time. The petition I’d give God is that I have things I need to do. I still need to go back to school and build my brand,” Koku said.

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“Marto has considered vasectomy, and I have considered tubal ligation, but we are still on the fence,” she said.

The couple has previously revealed that their first child was conceived when they were still dating and not actively taking any precautions.

According to Koku, their second child was conceived shortly after she had stopped using the copper coil for contraception.

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“The second born, I had just gotten off birth control, which is the copper coil, and I was taking a break; literally a month later, I was pregnant,” she recounted.

Regarding their third child, born on May 12, 2023, the couple said they were on birth control at the time.

Koku also recounted how she delivered her third child in her friend’s car while on her way to the hospital.

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“I was screaming in the car… I was screaming while I was in the last phase of labour. The pain was so much I went on my knees, and all women who have gone through labour know that it is their position to engage the head of the baby,” she recounted.

During tubal ligation, the fallopian tubes are cut, tied or blocked to permanently prevent pregnancy. Tubal ligation prevents an egg from traveling from the ovaries through the fallopian tubes and blocks sperm from traveling up the fallopian tubes to the egg.

Vasectomy, on the other hand, is the surgical cutting and sealing of part of each vas deferens, typically as a means of sterilization.