“The question of death is too heavy for husbands and wives to discuss” – Nadi pauses during the second IVF procedure, and the song becomes Nana Kariya and Azad Lazym’s testimonial for…

Singer from Singapore, Nana Karia, revealed her latest single “Miskey” inspired by a scary experience that happened in her life before.

“Al Miski” is a collaboration song between Nana and the famous Malaysian singer Azad Lazem.

According to Nana or her real name Noor Hassan Zakaria, she almost lost her life once while undergoing an in vitro fertilization (IVF) surgery.

“This song was actually written during my second IVF experience. After seven years of marriage, I still haven’t been blessed with offspring. So, I searched for an alternative by doing IUI and IVF twice.

“During my second IVF, during a surgical procedure, I was put to bed to have the eggs removed. At that time, I lost my pulse in 10 seconds or else I was lifeless for 10 seconds.

“When I woke up, my surgeon advised me not to do IVF again for now and to rest for a year or two,” he told MH.

The 42-year-old singer was seen at the launch of ‘Meski’ which was held at the Royal Hotel, Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday.

He added that the incident was a real blow to her husband, who clearly feared losing his beloved wife.

In fact, Nana also wants her husband to move on with his life if he does not live long.

“When my husband was told of the pulse loss incident, he didn’t immediately allow me to do IVF again. He said it was okay not to have children. I saw him as if he was afraid and he couldn’t accept my loss. He said it was okay if it was just the two of us until we moved on. in age.

“I see he doesn’t even eat when he thinks about it. The age difference between me and my husband is nine years. In fact, the old one will go first. This opened the topic for me and my husband to talk about death.”

“That’s why I wrote this song musky. I want to remind him, if I go first, I want him to go on living and not grieve. It’s really hard to discuss the issue of death on the married.

“In the words of this song, I want him to stay strong. If I’m not there later and he’s due to find a match, I’m just getting married,” he said again.

At the same time, Azad also feels that this song is very close to his life story in recent years.

“Before that, my health was quite uncertain. I am sick too. I also thought that my life might not be long. But God still gave me a chance.”

“When we always get sick, we get sad sometimes. I discussed with my wife, if I wasn’t there, what would happen to my family. At least I can express how I feel through this song.”

Earlier, Meski can now be heard on all streaming platforms while the music video can be watched on Jaybon Music Production’s Youtube channel.

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