Fibroids are common in women of african origin, women who are aged between 30 to 50 years and women who have a family history of this. Women who have had children have a lower risk of developing fibroid. So, the converse side of this is that, if you have not had children, you are at a greater risk of having fibroid. Perhaps that’s where this virginity gist came from. Remember that not having children does not necessary mean one is a virgin.
My advice? That’s pretty simple!
Keep your virginity for as long as possible as your virginity has nothing to do with fibroids.
Remember that with this, you can prevent all the different Sexually Transmitted Infections milling around out there.
So, there you go.
Have a good weekend, y’all.
(From healthy living with Dr Ketch)
stay healthy. from Agba Joseph.