Ex-Beauty Queen, Nike Oshinowo Narrates Her Ordeal With Endometriosis
Few days ago, it was all over the news that Ex-miss Nigeria had two new born babies in the U.S through another woman, and she noted recently the reason behind the method she used in having the kids.Read It HERE
Ex-beauty queen has been suffering from endometrosis, which medical professional describe as a significant factor in unexplained female infertility, chronic pelvic pain and other gynaecological problem.
Nike was overwhelmed with joy, “I am overwhelmed and humbled by the depth of my love for my children. God has been most gracious to me. I am beyond happy.”
She says her battle with Endometriosis is an unpleasant one “I have lived with endometriosis since the age of 13. I was sent to boarding school in England when I was seven. I went to prep school. It was during the first few days in secondary school that I began my periods (menstrual). They called the ambulance and I was hospitalized for 10 days because the pain started and wouldn't stop.
I thought I was going to die. Living with endometriosis is a challenge. When you see your doctor, your doctor just tries to treat the symptoms and assumes the pain revolves around your menstrual cycle. But this is not so. This pain affects every single aspect of your life.”
She noted that on s3x “Women with endometriosis do not want to have s3x because it's painful. It is very, very painful. So you do not want to have intercourse once and it is painful, you'll not want to go there. It's not something you are going to look forward to. I have read books on this. And even when you try to forget the fact that you do not want to, half the time you are bleeding. You are either bleeding.
periods last about 5 days, mine, if I'm lucky, lasts 7-10 days and if I'm super, duper lucky, lasts less than seven days; if I have eaten what I should, and exercised constantly, it's not so bad. Exercise works. If you look at a girl's menstrual cycle, 26-27 days, remove the 10 days she's been menstruating and remove the days she doesn't want, when she has pre-menstrual tension.
When every part of you is sore, on those days, you are not going to want, and even on the remaining five or so days that you are 'OK, you are not going to want to have intercourse because it is going to be painful. You just don't want to. So you cannot have a proper relationship with a man.” Nike said.
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