No Longer a Taboo Topic: Infertility laid bare on Moments With Mo this week

Carol Alex-Eyiteme, Dr Abayomi Ajayi & Dr Ayodolapo Soyinka with Mo

On Moments With Mo this week, Mo lays it bare in this heart rendering episode about infertility in the African society. She brings all cards to the table, and attempts to answer questions, provide solutions, and give a voice to the countless African women who have endured infertility and childlessness over the years.

Infertility is one of the top five causes of break ups in Africa homes. Mo’s guests share their heart-shattering stories and discuss their life situations that range from recurrent miscarriages, childlessness, to having the same-sex children. What does it feel like to be deserted by your husband because you can’t have children? Find out from this woman who goes to the extreme to have a child. Then, a fertility doctor takes us deeper on the subject.

Mo with Senator Florence Ita-Giwa - Senator Ita-Giwa is a proud advocate of adoption and has adopted many chidren over the years

Be informed and educated as Mo explores some of the leading causes of miscarriages. Learn everything you possibly can, from avoiding miscarriages, to getting on with life after one.

Laying It Bare is a must watch for every woman, and an eye opener for every man. You don’t want to miss this. Tune in. It could save a marriage, it could save a soul!

This episode will air on Tuesday 10th of August 2010 on MNet West Africa by 9.30pm with repeat broadcasts on the same channel on Wednesdays by 2pm and Saturdays by 2.30pm.
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11 Comments on No Longer a Taboo Topic: Infertility laid bare on Moments With Mo this week
  • milzpolzy August 9, 2010 at 2:55 pm

    hehe…first 2 type smthg

  • fokasibe August 9, 2010 at 3:05 pm

    Well done Mo! We are proud of you so keep the fire burnin’!

  • Ogo August 9, 2010 at 3:08 pm

    Luv Mo’!!!

  • jess August 9, 2010 at 4:57 pm

    where can one watch this online?

  • Blackberry August 9, 2010 at 7:02 pm

    Good Job Mo on the fertility thing, people need to know more about the options available to them.
    But I wish you can start showing real emotions now that you are in a new season. She is soooo fake. Not hating, just my opinion.

  • Bola August 10, 2010 at 1:21 am

    Is there any way someone will be kind enough to tape this and share?
    I am impressed with Sen Ita-Giwa supporting and promoting adoption, I believe Olu Jacobs (and wife)
    and Patience (Mama G)have also adopted kids. May God bless them and all others who remain thoughtful of others

  • Meme August 10, 2010 at 2:56 pm

    Will this be youtubified? It would be great to watch this episode… this is very topical

    … and it’s high time someone is talking about it… thanks Mo…

  • Koko August 10, 2010 at 3:54 pm

    Although she is finally targetting an important topic – it is sad that infertility is still referred to as a woman’s problem. Scientific research has shown that a great percentage of men have problems conceiving compared to women, and it would be nice to see a more well rounded feature that acknowledges that infertility is a couples issue – not just a womans issue. I’m dissapointed that Mo’s show seems to focus on miscarriages, etc – meanwhile there’s lots of issues with low sperm production, immotile sperm, etc – issues that plague a lot of men in general and specifically african men!

  • Ihuoma August 10, 2010 at 6:53 pm

    Cosigning with Koko above!

  • SANI LOVINA August 22, 2010 at 9:02 pm

    nice one at least we can talk about this in public

  • Bergitta January 31, 2012 at 4:44 pm

    My husband and I have been trying for about 18 months now and we still have no baby. I don’t want to do IVF or anything like that. I’d like to stay natural if I can.

    Does anyone one know how you can increase your fertility or chances of conceiving?

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