Sophie Sierra, star of 90 Day Fiance, reveals a major secret in season 10. She was suffering from a serious illness that could have prevented her from ever having a child.
- Sophie gave up her luxurious life to move in with Rob. However, Rob has been unfaithful and dishonest, which is causing tension between them.
- Rob thought they both wanted children, but Sophie revealed that she didn’t want a baby because of a medical problem involving a Teratoma Cyst.
- Sophie underwent a major surgery to remove a cyst. It is possible that it has affected her eggs. She may not want to become pregnant again.
Sophie Sierra, 90 Day Fiance’s star, has a serious medical condition that will have a major impact on her relationship with Rob Warne during season 10.
Rob Warne, a model, actor, and fashion influencer, met Sophie, a fashion influencer, on Instagram. After Sophie’s K-1 Visa was approved, the two-and-a-half-year wait for filming began.
Sophie moved into Rob’s flat, which didn’t have a single bathroom. She had left a luxurious London apartment. Sophie sacrificed a lot by giving up a luxurious life for Rob. Rob is not being truthful with Sophie.
Rob cheated on Sophie while they were in different countries for the COVID-19 Lockdown. Sophie caught Rob ogling at a woman wearing skimpy shorts while she was right next to Rob.
Rob accused Sophie of being a bad person by accusing her that she used Bumble, when in fact she was trying to make friends. He tried to make Sophie seem entitled by saying she wanted a home with indoor plumbing.
Now, he has found another reason to paint her as a villain. Rob does not know that Sophie isn’t intentionally refusing to have his baby. She couldn’t stop herself.
Sophie Firmly States Her Decision Against Having a Baby with Rob
In the most recent episode, Sophie was introduced to Rob’s sister Victoria. Victoria asked Sophie a question that could influence Rob’s decision about marrying Sophie.
Victoria asked if Rob had and Sophie discussed having children after they were married. Rob replied that they had, and said “Yes we do want kids.” Sophie then stopped Rob by telling him they hadn’t discussed the subject.
Sophie said that she did not want to get pregnant. Rob was surprised by her response. Sophie asked Rob whether he was bothered by her lack of children, and Rob agreed. Sophie said she believed they were on the exact same page.
Sophie’s Battle with a Teratoma Cyst at Age 15: Her Remarkable Story
Rob walked out of the restaurant where he and Sophie were sitting after Sophie made an admission that offended him. His wife-to-be then revealed a secret.
Sophie was worried about having children. Sophie, then 15 years old was diagnosed with a teratoma in her left ovary.
A teratoma cyst or ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac that contains tissue from the body, such as hair, skin, or teeth. WebMD says that they can occur in the ovaries of a person, their testicles, their tailbone, or even in their abdomen and nervous system.
These tumors can become cancerous if they remain in the body for a long time. These are germ cell tumors that begin in reproductive cells, such as eggs or sperm.
ClevelandClinic states that germ cells can transform into a variety of other cells. This is why a germ cell tumor can transform into other types of tissue, and even contain fragments of other body parts like teeth or hair.
Sophie’s diagnosis could have been based on symptoms like abdominal or pelvic pain. There are many complications that can occur, including torsion or rupture, infection, or cancer.
Surgery Saved Sophie’s Life
Sophie stated that she would have died had doctors not found the cyst in time. If the teratoma has spread or is cancerous or has a high chance of cancer, doctors may suggest surgery to remove it.
Sophie described her condition as “quite severe” and said she required surgery. Sophie has scars from the surgery on her stomach. Sophie’s doctors warned her that the operation could damage her eggs.
Sophie wanted to become a mother one day. Hearing that she might not be able to was devastating. Sophie accepted that she may never want to be pregnant.
Sophie says Robert asked about her scars but that she didn’t tell him the teratoma had affected her eggs. Sophie considers it a private matter and doesn’t let anyone know that she’s not interested in having children because of her medical condition.
Sophie might have thought Rob would assume that her scars from surgery meant she was unable to have children.
Since the 90 Day Fiance couple didn’t discuss having children, Sophie didn’t tell Rob about the tumor scare. Rob also never inquired as to how serious it was.