Socialite Corazon Kwamboka discloses that she feared she would never be a mom.
Because she was diagnosed with stage 4 of endometriosis in early 2019.
On Monday, women, and men all over the world were celebrating International Women’s Day. And Kwamboka took the opportunity to talk about her fight with endometriosis.
Corazon is among other female celebrities who have openly talked about their experiences with endo- a disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that forms the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterine cavity, ovaries, bowels, or tissues lining your pelvis.
Ciru Muriuki has on several occasions openly talked about the years of pain she has endured because of endometriosis.
Media personality Janet Mbugua also opened up about her struggle with endometriosis since she was in high school.
The mother of one explained that when she was diagnosed with endometriosis on both her ovaries she was terrified.
The thought of never being a mom kept ringing over and over in my head. One and a half years later, I am a mother of one. Hoping for four more. I have come to learn that having endo doesn’t mean you can’t be a mom. But with proper treatment and care you can still live your dream.She wrote
So Kwamboka concluded by encouraging other ladies fighting endometriosis to hold on. Since endo has robbed off many women of the chance to be mothers. But there is still hope