Madam and Mercy fans left crying after infertility topic episode

Madam and Mercy fans left crying after infertility topic episode

- Madam and Mercy fans were left in tears after watching`the second episode discussing infertility

- Madam and Mercy are former Real Housewives of Johannesburg stars

- Their fans took to social media to commend the reality TV stars for discussing the "sensitive topic"

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The latest episode of the new reality TV show, Madam and Mercy, left many viewers in tears.

Evodia Mogase, who is popularly known as Madam, and her daughter Mercy star in the new show which recently launched on 1 Magic and Mzansi Magic.

Wednesday's episode became very emotional when Madam's friend, Jacqui Mote, opened up about not being able to bear children.

Fans of the show took to social media to express their emotions after watching the episode. Many revealed that they were also not able to conceive.

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@JaxB125 commented:

"This episode really hit very close to home. Thank you for bringing awareness to such a sensitive topic. We need to talk about this more often. People are suffering and struggling in silence. Me included."

@lilizagals said:

"Today's episode emotionally affected me, went through so much and spent so much to try and fall pregnant but God, I have 2 now."

@Tiny81495877 wrote:

"Such an inspiration for all of us who are struggling with a silence disease of infertility, tell Mama Jacqui she's not alone."

@bhevu_nosipho said:

"Lovely episode, you touched an issue that so many people are insensitive with. Not being able to conceive is painful. I hope those insensitive people watched and saw the raw emotion of that topic."

@Mirriam81772762 added:

"The show was great, I won't miss it. The issues discussed in today's show affect a lot of women."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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