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Knowing Your Genotype Before Marriage

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Re: Knowing Your Genotype Before Marriage

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:50 pm

World Sickle Cell Awareness Day Mon 19th Jun, 2017

I really need to say this,cos it really not fair.....

Its hurting when yousee this children go through excruciating pain. This children where born out of " i love him, and i cannot do without him" syndrome.

70% of these babies Manifest their symptoms at a very early stage, i'm talking of babies less than 1 year old, going through horrible pain because of two persons who came together and made decisions without facing reality.😕

Yes you can pray and have faith for the blood to change....True, but why do you want to tempt God when you know the implication?

You want to imagine the the reality of marrying without considering genotype of your partner?

Just Visit Sickle Cell centre at Idi-Aaba Mushin Lagos and see if you feel you can bear what you see....😓

Its just that it seems funny asking on a first Date what is your genotype, but its actually safer, so that you dont just fall in love up and down.

Its Sickle Cell Diseases Awareness.😓😓.

Please AS and AS should not marry.
AS and SS shouldn't think of marrying.

You will not forgive yourself when you end up having a child with the sickle cell disease and put the child through the agony the disease brings when you could have easily avoided it?

Reducing the burden of sickle cell disease in the country by sharing on your timeline.


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