Credit: Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images Photo: Jamie Anne and Marshall Allman

Jamie Anne Allman’s pregnancy was a “horrible” experience, The Killing star reveals in new exclusive interview, according to usmagazine.com. Jamie Anne, who is married to True Blood’s Marshall Allman (Tommy Mickens), went through an extremely traumatic pregnancy that eventually led to the scary premature birth of her twin boys, Asher James and Oliver Charles.

"I puked seven to 12 times a day, and then I peed my pants every time I puked," Jamie recalls in an interview in the new Us Weekly.  "I popped blood vessels all around my eyes from every time I vomited, and if I moved slightly I would puke...”

Jamie Anne says because she has a shortened cervix, she spent much of her pregnancy on bed rest. Not only did she suffer from extreme nausea, Jamie Anne was also diagnosed with gestational diabetes, which can be a very dangerous condition with the potential to cause seizures or even stillbirths.

Due to her pregnancy complications, Jamie Anne spent the last three months of her pregnancy in the hospital. "Then I got a bladder infection and delivered that day,” she says. Following her doctor’s advice, The Killing star delivered her twins by C-section eighty-one days before her original due date. Her husband, Marshall, was so overcome by the experience that he actually passed out and fell out of his chair. When he woke up, he started puking all over the floor and had to crawl out of the operating room!

The couple’s premature twin sons spent months in the hospital, with Jamie and Marshall only allowed to interact with them for very brief instances. Even with all of the difficulties of her pregnancy and the frightening experience of having her twins born so early, Jamie Anne isn’t ruling out having more kids in the future. "I kind of want maybe four more," she tells Us Weekly. "I think it's really amazing to have a big family.