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Yvonne Jegede fed up of cramps, awaits menopause

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Nollywood actress and film producer, Yvonne Jegede has revealed that she is waiting for menopause to put her out of her mensuration cramps misery.

The Okafor’s Law actress vented her frustration in a tweet to her 10.4K Twitter followers on Sunday evening as she cries to God for help.

“Who ever came up with that bs talk, “after a woman gives birth, her period cramp stops”. All I’m waiting for is menopause, this pain is getting unbearable. My entire body is sore. God help me,” she tweeted.

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Menopause is the time that marks the end of your menstrual cycles and It’s diagnosed after a lady has gone 12 months without a menstrual period.

Reports suggest that menopause (a natural biological process) can happen to a woman in her 40s or 50s, but the average age is 51 in the United States.

Meanwhile, it usually occurs between 45 to 52 years of age among women in Nigeria but in rare cases, menopause can occur between the ages of 36 to 40 years and this can be referred to them as an early menopausal stage.

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Be that as it may, winter may not come early for The First Lady actoress who will turn 38 on August 25 and until then (I mean when menopause becomes a permanent resident), Jegede who made a cameo appearance in 2Baba’s African Queen music video alongside Annie Macaulay, will keep her period with no pause.

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Follow the tweet below for reactions from the 10 Days in Sun City actress’ fans on Twitter:

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