Comedian Senjee appeals for Ksh.12 million from well-wishers for specialised treatment in the US

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muloozi Daniel

Kenyan content creator and comedian Sylvia Savai, popularly known as Senjee, is reaching out to the public for assistance in raising Ksh 12 million for specialized treatment in Atlanta, Georgia.

Senjee disclosed that she has been grappling with Endometriosis, a condition that causes paralysis on the right side of her body every month during her menstrual cycle.

As a result, the condition has caused some of her organs to fail.

The comedian urgently requires two surgeries scheduled for June in the United States, with an estimated cost of Ksh 12 million.

Well, your strongest soldier is here. Endometriosis has won over me, sad but such is life. I’m a little bit scared but mostly anxiety is doing a number on me… For those who’ve been following my journey since last year, it’s been decided that I’ll possibly undergo two surgeries scheduled in June that will take place in Atlanta Georgia,” Senjee shared.

“I’m seeking financial help and mostly your prayers to get through this😢..well I’m scared but najifanya tu vile siogopi,” she confessed.”

Senjee also informed her fans that the condition has also affected her output and ability to create good content of late.

Lately I’ve been unable to create content because most of the time I’m sick, sometimes I just can’t get out of bed and do anything… it’s stressing me out but I’m holding on to hope, because I know I’ll emerge a winner.”

She humbly appealed for financial assistance and prayers from well-wishers to aid her in overcoming this challenging time.

Senjee expressed her gratitude for any contributions towards her treatment.

Please for anyone who can spare a coin for my treatment, I will appreciate your effort,” Senjee pleaded.

What is Endometriosis?

According to the WHO,  Endometriosis is a disease in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus. It can cause severe pain in the pelvis and make it harder to get pregnant.

Other symptoms include pain in the lower tummy or back, severe period pain, and pain during or after sex.

Endometriosis can start at a person’s first menstrual period and last until menopause. It is not clear what causes Endometriosis but it is suspected it could be linked to genes or a problem with the immune system.

Treatments for Endometriosis include painkillers, hormone medicines, and possibly surgery to remove the endometriosis tissue.

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