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The pill failed me- Caroline Sampson shares pregnancy story



Although oral contraceptives pills, if used perfectly, have been proven to be 99% effective against unwanted pregnancies, it isn’t always the case.

Popular  On-Air Personality, Caroline Sampson, found herself wanting when after having unprotected sex and taking the ill, she still found out she was pregnant three months later.


Ms Sampson, who is now mother to 11-year-old Jayden, shared her experience with the pill and how it’s failure, led her to make some big decisions in her life.

Ms Sampson was sharing her life journey during her appearance as guest on Naa Ashorkor’s show on Asaase Radio when she shared her early pregnancy journey.

“I was shocked not because I don’t know what happens when you have unprotected sex. After having unprotected sex, I took a precaution: the pill. It wasn’t the first time I was taking it and it hadn’t failed me before. I’ve never been pregnant so it was shocking to know that I was three months pregnant and I didn’t know,” she revealed on the show.

According to her, when she found out she was pregnant, she and the baby’s dad were long done.


“The person I was pregnant for had even left me so even calling him back to inform him was a problem,” she said.

Caroline shared that her baby’s daddy suggested an abortion after she finally informed him, bust she wanted to keep the baby.

“Although at that time he loved kids and there were times he brought it up, he was facing financial challenges and thought it wouldn’t be a good time. I insisted that I would keep it and he said I was on my own. I’ve been on my own for the past 11-years,” she added.

Ms Sampson has successfully navigated her career on radio, television, voice over, acting and entrepreneurship, while single-handedly raising Jayden.


Listen to interview below;

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