Good day, beautiful people
Today I have 2 pieces of good news for you all.
1. Did you know that if you are sexually active – and I am sure most of you are – you could have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) without knowing it?
This is because most times, STIs do no show symptoms. They are said to be asymptomatic.
However, other times STIs can present with tiny symptoms that you may overlook.
One lady I know had just ANAL ITCH and she thought it was nothing serious. ITCHING OF THE ANUS was the only symptom she had.
And when it got really troublesome, she came to meet me, but after some tests it turned out she had GONORRHOEA, which was then treated. She obviously didn’t notice the other small symptoms as well. She narrowly avoided the complications.
What if she was able to spot the symptoms early enough? She would have easily been treated with no worries, right?
Unfortunately, most sexually active young people don’t know how to spot these early symptoms of STI.
2. Did you also know that in the wake of high incidence of rape and sexual assaults in Nigeria, many ladies do not know what to do IMMEDIATELY after being assaulted to ensure medical safety after such ordeal?
In the end, some get pregnant and some others contract STIs especially HIV.
I have at least 4 female patients who had got pregnant from rape incidents. One that was raped in her school at Rivers State later died from the complications of the abortion she attempted. So painful.
What if these ladies knew what to do IMMEDIATELY after the rape to avoid health issues from those animal rapists?
They would have done it, right?
So on Monday and Tuesday next week (8th and 9th June) I will be organizing a paid WhatsApp class to tackle these two issues.
The 2-day classes promise to be deeply enlightening as usual.
Day ONE: 15 EASY WAYS TO KNOW WHEN YOU MIGHT HAVE AN STI
Day TWO: 3 MEDICAL MEASURES TO STAY SAFE AFTER A SEXUAL ASSAULT
These days, due to my very busy work schedule, I prefer to teach small groups so I can MENTOR them well for ONE WEEK AFTER THE CLASS.
So the WhatsApp class is for just 25 PARTICIPANTS. Once I get to the 25th participant, I stop admitting new people.
There will be 2 BONUSES for the participants:
1. A free copy of my best-selling medical eBook “OGBANJE”, which is a compilation of extremely educating and ridiculously entertaining medical short stories on sexual, reproductive and mental health.
2 ONE WEEK of Free Question and Answer segments/mentoring of all participants with regard to related health challenges.
If you’re not interested in the knowledge, your friends, sisters or other loved ones might need it.
TO REGISTER:Send #1,999 to
Then send me a WhatsApp message with proof of payment.
The window is now open. Your sexual health is now in your hands. Don’t missthis opportunity.
Dr Caséy Amaefule, BSc, MNIM, MBBS
(Sexual, Reproductive and Mental Health Doctor)