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Friday, 21 July 2017

How I Got Free From Abortion Related Death

21 year old girl found dead after attempted abortion!
 This headline on my favorite blog got me frowning, what a sad news on a Monday morning. 


The news got even worse when I opened the blog to find out that the dead girl in question was my course mate- Sade. OMG! Abortion? For whom? Sade wasn’t known to be in any relationship with any guy on campus.

The news soon spread around school, Sade is dead! 

Some of our course mates didn’t show any sign of grief while her close friends Bisi and Linda were crying profusely. I couldn’t help but join them. Sade wasn’t exactly my friend, but I knew her. She was one of the best in class. Oh! What a way to die.

As thoughts of Sade’s death run through my mind, I realized that I wasn’t protected from this kind of death. Bayo and I had sex every other day, and sometimes he got too impatient to wear his Fiesta condom.

 God forbid this kind of death! I needed to find a permanent way to prevent pregnancy. Abstaining from sex was out of the equation because that almost meant giving up my 3year relationship with Bayo. We got engaged 2 months earlier and were looking to get married the next year. I loved him soo much that I couldn’t accommodate the thought of losing him. I needed to find a contraceptive solution ASAP. Who would I ask? Most of my friends were like me and only know about the emergency contraceptive POSTPILL. 


As days passed, and Sade’s obituary was posted everywhere in school, I couldn’t get my mind off the need for a regular contraception method. I usually visited Bayo during weekends; but that weekend, I gave him an excuse of feeling sick and unable to move around. That was a big lie, I just needed to be settled with contraception first. 

 My very close friend Toke visited me on Sunday, and we got talking about Sade’s death then I eventually asked her if she knew any regular contraceptive method, She responded “Google it” and laughed. That’s her usual way of responding to questions when she doesn’t know the answer but this time, She actually helped me get my answer. I searched online for contraception methods as I bumped on www.honeyandbanana.com .

 The website has detailed information on different methods of pregnancy prevention and child spacing. I read through the pages as I found my answer- Sayana Press.

Sayana Press is a pre-filled, easy to use, small-needle contraceptive injection that is given every 3 months to prevent pregnancy. This means, No pregnancy worries for 3 months plus you get reminded for the next dose two weeks before the previous dose expires. Everything about Sayana Press sounded convenient for me, I found my answer, I was excited as I exclaimed “Sayana” and got the attention of Toke who was busy searching for a movie to watch. Toke snatched my phone and read through the page. Sayana Press, she exclaimed; let’s find out where we can get it.

You can get Sayana Press in hospitals/clinics, pharmacies and health centers around you. For more information on Sayana Press and other contraception methods, follow HoneyandBanana on social media.

Toke and I quickly found HoneyandBanana on our Facebook and followed them. We enquired and were referred to a hospital where we could get Sayana Press administered. The nurse was friendly and the injection was almost painless.


 It was administered on my thigh so It felt like a mosquito bite. As soon as Sayana Press was administered, I felt free. Free from Pregnancy, and free from abortion related death.


Sayana Press gives Freedom!

*Sponsored

31 comments:

SWEETIE said...

This is really helpfull

Chameleon said...

Sayana press

Teemah said...

Okay...

Mrs.R SDK blog Official BFF said...

I thought as much, it's a sponsored post.
Contraceptive pills advert, when they should be preaching abstinence and using protection for those who can't abstain.

STDs everywhere.....

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

Ok ooo. Good to be free from that.

Sade omo Jesu pikin. Dem dey do and deny

Anonymous said...

Nonsense ad. No explanation of how the contraceptive works. You think I have time to be going to banana website? It doesn't sound serious self. Poster just wasted 50k

Russian roulette said...

What about sayana for STDs? Una no get that one? I am all for abstinence!

Miss Ess said...

Interesting....

Love.Eating.Pussy said...

Good info...if only people will read and actually go and get themselves protected.

Monkeynofine said...

U never hear say big prick dey tear rubber,? Is it by force to abstain from sex? Or should dey start forcing adults to do wat society wants all in the name of religion?

Anonymous said...

As if abortion is d only deadly risk associated with premarital unprotected sex... sexual immorality, the one sin that destroys your body.make una continue dey sayana dey go lemme know if sayana go still sayana wen im jam hiv n others...

Anonymous said...

Good news, hope I can still be having my regular period while taking it... The provera injection im on now makes my period to stop for the past 8months..

Anonymous said...

No close your legs o till marriage. On judgement day you will explain to God where you saw in the bible that using Sayana press while fornicating is good

Innocent Umeh said...

Can't people stay and be happy in a relationship without sex? Rubbish

Blackberry said...

Should be for married couples.
Cos sayana press don't prevent HIV and gono.

Anonymous said...

Will it prevent herpes?

MhizVee said...

HIV and gono isn't specially made for singles now is it?

Anonymous said...

Is this not criminal to advertise such.

Push up said...

Eku se to you and toke, instead of running away from sex for the time being, you are looking for an easier way out, because your destinies are tied to sex and who told you bayo is sleeping with just you, so how do you protect yourself from stds? I know this is a sponsored post, and the characters are not real but small kids on this blog will think skin to skin has been made easier for them, it's very good for married people o don't get me wrong. The best way is still abstainance or the use of condom

Anonymous said...

I support you Monkeynofine, no point in deceiving ourselves, lets be realistic what is the percentage that practice abstinence? Prevention is better!

Cisca Chesca said...

Yes!

Vieve said...

Hello Anonymous, i am using Sayana Press and my period doesnt come. I asked my doctor and he says its normal. Very convenient for me, i get to save money for monthly pads. All ye people claiming holier than thou, if the article is not for you, please pass. Sayana Press is helpful to some of us

BEDS AND ROSES said...

Good concept.
But they should have used a married couple for illustration becos trust naija to complain about unmarried ppl are supposed to abstain. Meanwhile a lot are not abstaining.
Its a pity Nigeria doesn't talk more openly on contraception methods, even for married ppl. Like its a taboo. meanwhile every married person is having sex.
If you know the amount of married ppl seeking abortions, you will be shocked. Because of economy etc.
I wish contraception methods and child spacing can be openly talked about and married women can be educated properly on contraceptives and child spacing. Perhaps all these kids we see begging on the streets will reduce. Families can have the amount of kids they can conveniently cater for. There is no greater sin than bringing in kids to the world to come and suffer.

Booboo kitty said...

I love posts like this! Pls preach contraception nd make it available, so many abortion related deaths everyday in this country. Thank u o anon11:32 nd monkeynofine, we need to be more realistic. Na today dem begin preach abstinence!? But how many pple are abstaining? Preach abstinence but also back it up with contraception.

Booboo kitty said...

Blackberry really tho? What about married couples that are cheating on their partners? Dem no dey carry hiv and gono come house? Mscheww oshisco.

Happyheart said...

Does it free you from std and Hiv?
Yimu
Wear your condom if you can't abstain. Wear 2 sef

Anonymous said...

Hope they will tell you people the side effects of contraceptives?

Anonymous said...

Na hypocrisy go kill Nigerians. SMH...Wonderful advert tho.Very helpful

Uche Edoka said...

Thank you. Abstinence is the key.

Mum2be said...

I used Post pill, I'm expecting a baby next month

Amacastel said...

Am using Norplant & is very cheap, convinent, lasting for 3yrs, cos abortion is very expensive & dangerous me i no fit shout,though I use condoms most times but sometimes mistake is bound to happen, just walk in to any PPFN in the country & get one just for 2k
Yes I knw I didn't go anonymous

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