19-year-old named Mary Lavoe has recounted the dreadful medical condition that caused doctors to remove her womb after she became pregnant while in school.
Coming from an economically disadvantaged home, Mary was involved in sexual relationship with a guy for financial assistance.
Mary Lavoe, the young lady has revealed the complicated medical condition that made the doctors removed her womb. Mary Lavoe was diagnosed with cancer of the womb.
The Teenage young lady became pregnant as a result of her sexual relationship with an unidentified young man. This was the beginning of her life woes.
Mary who was in an interview with Crime Check TV, explained that at the early stage of her pregnancy, she started experiencing problems. She decided to pay a visit to Nsawam Government Hospital for a check-up and she was diagnosed with ectopic pregnancy.
It was later revealed that she had cancer of the womb.
According to the young lady she passed through severe pains, and the only option was to remove her uterus to save her life.
Mary currently lives with her parents whom are farmers at Adeiso in the Eastern Region. She says she agreed with the operation procedures to save her life.
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