Media personality Jahmby Koikai says she recently had painless periods after suffering from endometriosis for a long time.
She described her condition as an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus.
Endometriosis most commonly involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes and the tissue lining your pelvis.’
In a recent post on her social media platforms, she wrote;
”I am reminded of God’s goodness, grace and favor in my life every single day. I receive tonnes of messages from all over the world about my journey and how it has inspired people. I am still on medication. For the first time since I’ve got back, I got a period with no pain but minimal discomfort,” she wrote in part.
Jahmby stated the latest development excited her and gave her hope.
”I have been sitting trying to see if my body is lying to me, nope. My period was not painful but a very heavy flow. That is a huge milestone for me. I follow my doctor’s advise and I can see a lot of changes in my body,”
”I can go for a gig for more than an hour even though my lungs are on the mend. I thank God. I have been patient for years to see these days.”
In another post, she wrote;
“Two days ago, in this pic, in heels, on my period and feeling grateful. I thank the Lord Jesus. He’s been good to me. Ephesians 3:20.”
Jahmby also narrated how the treatment of endometriosis had affected her leaving with darkened toes.
“Sometime last year, my toes turned black. Completely black due to side effects of the medication I was taking. So I was in sandals and had to stop going for pedicures. Well, I thank God my toes are healing and it’s been months of painless periods.”