Adina Thembi has revealed that after surviving fibroids, she doesn't want any women to go through similar experience over this health condition.
Speaking on Okay FM's "Ekwan so Dwoodwoo", the multiple award-winning musician explained that, she intends to support women to undergo screening to ascertain their status about this health condition on.
Subsequent to the surgery, Adina has decided to set up a foundation to support women to check for fibroids.
In line with this gesture, she is planning a clothing sales to raise money to support the worthy cause.
"If I'm able to raise more money from this clothing sales, I can actually pay for surgeries of victims who may not have the financial wherewithal to pay for the treatment.
"Fibroid can prevent women of child bearing age from conceiving. So, it is important to help people to find out their status and start early treatment," she said.
The beautiful Adina Thembi told host of the show that thought she is focusing on her musical career now, she will definitely give birth in future.
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