During pregnancy, pregnant women may have several annoying problems that are dangerous and may need some attention. These problems include cramps, urinary frequency and incontinence, heartburn and indigestion, varicose veins, backache, constipation, hemorrhoids, and thrush. If you fail to take these problems seriously, the possibility of the woman losing her life is very high.
A few hours ago, Hon. Motorola, a popular journalists from Zambia with over 43 thousand followers posted this pregnant who has been detained by Zambia police on his timeline. But He didn't reveal what causes her arrested. According to the statement or the caption made on this picture, this pregnant woman has been kept in police custody, whiles the cell in which the woman has been kept is not ventilated. The woman is very ill to the extent that, she can die but the police are denying of given her a bill. He writes, "Breaking News.The Woman Mutale Mwanza took to the police custody. It is believed she is pregnant. She was denied police bond even when she is very sick in Police cells."
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