The founder of LolaVie revealed for the first time in a candid interview with Allure that she has "zero regrets" about how things turned out after her experience with infertility "many years ago."
Aniston, 53, revealed earlier in the interview that she considered "all the years and years and years of speculation" about her pregnancy "very hard" to endure.
Aniston, who split from Brad Pitt in 2005 after 5 years of marriage and was previously married to Justin Theroux from 2015-2017, said she'd been through "very hard s—-" in her 30s and 40s, and without it, she wouldn't be who she is now.
"If not, I would have been forced to remain the person that was constantly afraid, nervous, and unsure of who they were.
Similar comments were made by the Friends alum, who admitted to "taking it all very personally" at the time in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in December.
She wrote a scathing post for the Huffington Post in 2016 criticizing the false pregnancy claims that were prevalent at the time, calling herself "fed up."
"Let's decide that for ourselves and for the future generations of women who look up to us.