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Ngee of The Ngee Show is out with a new episode of her vlog and in this episode she discusses fertility issues.

She was of the opinion that fertility issues are more prevalent now, but she was corrected.

She says:

It appears they’ve been there and our mothers just didn’t talk about them but the percentage is higher.

On this episode I Sit with the awesome Dr Nini Iyizoba to discuss the myths and how we do better!!! Infertility is an issue that plagues many homes and I pray for anyone struggling…may you smile soon honey :),

Watch the episode below:

6 Comments

  1. UNCLE GWE GWE GWE

    August 25, 2017 at 7:04 pm

    I FEEL THE LIFE STYLE OF OUR GENERATION TRIGGERED THE RISE OF FERTILITY ISSUES,
    HOW CAN A WOMAN CONSUME ONE FULL OF JACK DANIELS OR HENNESSY AND EXPECT HER WOMB TO STILL BE IN THE RIGHT POSITION??

    • Toke

      August 25, 2017 at 7:49 pm

      It’s always the woman’s fault. Infertility is 40% men, 40% women and 20% unknown so next time you’re thinking of consuming one full bottle of jack Daniels think about your swimmers too.

    • bey

      August 26, 2017 at 4:59 am

      Talking like a typical Nigerian ignorant man. Everything is the woman’s fault.
      Hope you know excessive drinking and smoking affects your sperm count more than it affects the uterus.
      Instead of you to advice both genders to avoid excessive drinking and live a healthy lifestyle to aid fertility you are blaming only the woman.

    • Olanna&Odenigbo

      August 26, 2017 at 11:43 pm

      I actually burst into laughter at this! Hahaha hahaha! Just the thought that you went with JD first…..

  2. Ec

    August 25, 2017 at 10:16 pm

    Ng is hilarious and that Dr looks fabulous.

    She gave a great talk.
    My thought is that our food plays the biggest role in infertility

  3. Anon

    August 26, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    Still feel it’s problematic that we make it seem like a female issue when most times these days, it’s joint or solely from the man’s side. High levels of alcoholism, poor diet, and untreated stis as Nigerian men are rather promiscuous and are enabled to be so. Ask any one you know that woks in a clinic. A lot of men know they’re the problem but pretend not to know because they can get away with it and are even called a good man for staying with the woman or are tolerated for treating the wife badly

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