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Federal Govt. And Some Celebrities Supports ESGN In Fighting Against Endometriosis Disease

 Federal Govt. And Some Celebrities Supports ESGN In Fighting Against Endometriosis Disease
Following the outbreak of endometriosis disease which affects many women in Nigerian, the ESGN (Endometriosis Support Group Nigeria) plans to provide help for the affected ones.

According to report, Endometriosis is a disease which affects woman reproductive organs, occurred when the tissue in the uterus grow outside the uterus.

When the tissue starts growing outside the uterus, every month they raised up and break down then blood start coming out of the uterus, but the blood has no way to flee.

At this stage, the uterus causes painful or heavy periods because it is a continual and unbearable condition which may lead to infertility, pelvic pain, fatigue, bowel and bladder problems.

The federal government records that over one million women in the country were affected by this painful and unbearable disease.

About 20- 50 per cent of women being treated for infertility were discovered having endometriosis, while the Endometriosis Support Group Nigeria (ESGN) are now planning to set up a professional services, programmes and resources to fights the invisible disease.

However, the Federal Government and some Celebrities like Funke Akindele, Mercy Aigbe Gentry, Helen Paul, Ali baba , Nike Oshinowo, Lagos pro Dolapo Badmus, Olori of Ketu Kingdom Olori Balogun, Iyabo Lawani and other known figures in Nigeria are ready to support the group to fight Endometriosis.

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