Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Wonder In Kwara As Doctor Discovers Woman Is Faking Pregnancy When Her Mother-In-Law Brought Her In For Delivery

The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Yusjib Industrial Medicare, Ilorin, Dr Yusuf Abdulraheem,  says he has discovered a young lady  that has been faking pregnancy for close to nine months. Abdulraheem told newsmen on Tuesday in Ilorin that he discovered that the lady used clothing as a disguise for the pregnancy by stuffing them under her normal clothes to make her appear pregnant.

According to the doctor, he made the discovery while trying to examine the lady who is in her early twenties. He said that the lady  identified herself as Azeezat Abubakar.

The CMD said that the lady who was brought to the hospital for delivery, identified herself as Azeezat Abubakar. He added that he became suspicious when she refused to be examined.

“She has been using my hospital name to claim money at home, telling her family she is doing her ante-natal in Yusjib. When her family brought her, I noticed that i had never seen her face before, but for the benefit of doubt, I told her to remove her folder which she could not locate.

“In the absence of one, I opened a new folder for her; I requested she come to the couch for examination only for her to be squatting.

“It was her mother-in-law who forced her to the couch and as I tried to examine her tommy, I discovered it was clothes she padded there’’, Abdulraheem said.

The doctor condemned the incident and urged mothers to monitor their young girls closely.

He also wondered why the mother-in-law did not discover the fake pregnancy for close to nine months.

7 comments:

  1. Instead of helping your patient to privately self confess to her people, then referring her for counseling and also helping her to get pregnant by referring her to see an Obs/Gynae doctor if need be; you are shooting your mouth off and publicly disgracing her by disclosing her records for all to see and hear.

    You even made her name public.

    What kind of person/doctor are you? Where did you receive your medical training?

    What kind of Medicine are you practising where you are now a megaphone for publicly disclosing your patient's physical findings?

    If indeed you are a doctor, you are definitely a poorly trained medical provider and you seriously need retraining.

    -olu@atlanta-

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    1. Azeezat's deceit is absolutely bad enough but the doctor should have shown some ethical standards in the management of the information. He should have been wiser to ensure that empirical evidence was obtained and protected for his defence in future if the need arises; and thereafter give counsel to the young lady and see how he can medically help her out of the situation. This should have been the right approach instead of loosely running his mouth. The doctor needs to be professionally re-examined.

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    2. Thank you, Onyi.
      Hopefully, the unethical behaviour of this doctor would be a learning experience for all of us whatever we do to earn our living.
      -olu@atlanta-

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  2. Na wa ooo wonders shall never end.

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  3. The doctor shouldn;t have disclosed her identity

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    1. It is called Public shaming and Dr Yusuf had a diploma in public shaming in addition to his medical diploma if indeed he is a qualified doctor.

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