Doctors Said I May Never Have Children – Uriel Cries Out


Expelled Big Brother Naija All Stars housemate Uriel Oputa has described her battle with amenorrhea that went on for a considerable length of time.

Amenorrhea is the clinical term for the shortfall of period during the conceptive years, among pubescence and menopause.

The 35-year-old vocalist said the wellbeing challenge was “the absolute bottom” of her life, focusing on that specialists told her that she might in all likelihood always be unable to have a youngster.

She revealed this in a new visit with media character Legend Daniels.

She wrote:

“Before I decided to embark on a health journey, I had health challenges. One of them was that I didn’t see my period for four years.

“And I remember going to the doctors in the UK, and they told me that there was a high possibility that I would never be able to have children.

“That time, my niece was two years old and I remember leaving the office thinking, ‘Oh! I will never be able to have a child.’

“I went into a state of depression. I was so depressed that I couldn’t watch kids on TV. I hated going past schools or parks because I would be reminded constantly that I may not be able to be a mother.

“So, it reached a point where I said, ‘Okay, if I can’t be a mother, I would have my niece as mine.’ And that is why, till today, we [my niece and I] are very close because she looks at me as a second mother.”

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