For many months she thought she was pregnant because the "Tummy" was big and mehn...she needed a child after 8yrs of marriage.

Scan revealed it was "Fibroid" but her church mama told her it's a child...she saw it in a vision...

Days turned to weeks and later months, the waist pain was now unbearable, mama's vision turned to "Vision 2020" she ran to Ibadan for herbal medicine!

Guess who advised her not to go for was "Mama", in Ibadan she was given herbs, after which she started bleeding...
She bled to death!...This woman was counseled on surgically removing that fibroid but she trusted mama.

But that's not the twist, guess who has undergone surgery to remove her own fibroid...MAMA!!!

AND this is no TALE!!!

Let's Talk About "FIBROID" For Those That Will LISTEN!
• What Is A FIBROID?

- It's a non-cancerous growth on the womb that occurs during child bearing age of women i.e 12-51yrs

- Many women have fibroid but do not know because they often do not show any symptom.
• Symptoms Of FIBROID
In Women that have symptoms, the most common symptoms are;

1. Heavy menstrual bleeding

2. Painful menstruation

3. Menstrual bleeding lasting more than 1week

4. Pelvic pain

5. Frequent urination

6. Constipation

7. Back pain

8. Pain during sex
• Who Are At Risk Of Getting FIBROID
1. Women of reproductive age

2. Black women are more likely to have fibroid than a white woman

3. Hereditary, it's more likely if any of your relative has fibroid

4. Obesity increases risk

5. Drinking alcohol

6. Vitamin D deficiency etc
• When To See A Doctor
Most fibroids do not even require treatment but if you notice the ff;

- Pelvic pain that doesn't go away
- Heavy, prolonged and painful period
- Spotting and bleeding in between period
- Difficulty urinating
- Unexplained low blood level

• Does FIBROID Cause Infertility?

- Fibroid won't stop a woman from getting pregnant as many women deliver with fibroid but it can also cause miscarriage and infertility.

- When the fibroid occupies the space where the baby is supposed to stay in the womb...miscarriage happens
Don't allow another person to learn with your demise!

Allow mama's to advise you on "mama issues" and allow doctors to advise you on medical issues!

This death was avoidable!!!


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