Nollywood actress and Face of Tutti Bottled water has shared the life threatening experience of how she survived Myomectomy operation at Ayman Specialist hospital, India.
The Kogi State born fashionista who's presently recuperating in Softel, Goa, a recovery hospital in India spoke exclusively to National Enquirer from her hospital bed.
According to her, it was a harrowing experience having to go under the knife, I was so scared but its something I had to go through once and for all because the pains of harboring the fibroid for over 4 years is something else, I thank God for His mercies.
I was happy with the team of doctors that operated on me, Dr. Bijan Sihn and Arman Hujah, their expertise is second to none, it took them 4 hours before they could bring it out, it was so big and heavy, in fact, my life is a testimony, couldn't believe I've been carrying such a big thing in me for 4 years, she told.
The bubbly actress revealed the cost of the operation, " it set me back to the tune of $18,000 (eighteen thousand dollars) but am happy for life.
On her next step having get rid of the fibroid which seemed to have been a hindrance to her pregnancy, "yes, I can now get pregnant, that's not the problem, am good to go", she told us.
We later asked if she's in a serious relationship and if her man is willing as soon as possible and her response, please let me be first, I've just survived a major operation, every other thing will fall in places once am on my feet".
The actress who's still in Goa will be discharged soon and should be taken on her way to Nigeria any moment from now.
She went through Myomectomy, an operation to remove fibroid tumours (myomas) from the uterus. This retains the uterus, and is an alternative treatment to hysterectomy. It is sometimes a more difficult operation than hysterectomy but preserves reproductive choice for the patient.”
Another celebrity who had previously spoken up about having fibroid is director Kemi Adetiba who battled an extreme case of fibroid.