Cynthia Bailey shared a health-related post these days about uterine fibroid. Check out the message that she share don her social media account.
‘So many women suffer with uterine fibroids, I know because I used to be one of them. Please Join us tomorrow evening at 5:30 pm EST for a virtual discussion hosted by the Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls and Congresswoman Yvette Clarke highlighting the impact of uterine fibroids on women, their families, and society and how we can come together to create change. You will hear from patients, policy-makers, physicians, and others who are truly turning awareness into action!’ Cynthia wrote.
She continued and said: ‘The discussion will also center around the importance of passing the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Uterine Fibroids Research and Education Act of 2021 that will allocate much needed funding towards fibroids research. The bill is named in honor of Congresswoman Tubbs-Jones who first introduced a bill on uterine fibroids in 2001. Let’s honor her legacy and join us in creating transformative change. The discussion will also be streamed live on our Facebook page at The White Dress Project: We Can Wear White!’ Cynthia captioned her post.
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Someone said: ‘I am 41 years young and found out 4 years ago that I had a fibroid, I’m so afraid of surgery but my monthly cycles are no joke.’
A commenter posted this message: ‘Had it 2 times almost died the second! Good for you 🙌❤️’ and a commenter said: ‘I missed it because of work 😩 is there a link I can replay cause these link not working when I typed it in my browser 😩’
Someone else said: ‘This is a good initiative. I had a laparoscopic myomectomy few years ago. But guess what, the fibroids are slowly coming back. I hope they won’t be big enough for another surgery🙁’
A commenter posted this: ‘Another one that should be added is endometriosis awareness. It plaques many women! I lost a kidney as a result of endo and physicians that didn’t listen to me…another issue with healthcare but I could go on and on.’
In other news, Cynthia Bailey asked her followers to spread love and not germs. Check out the post that she shared on her social media account.