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Stephanie Coker Releases Documentary to Raise Awareness On PCOS

Nigerian TV personality Stephanie Coker Aderinokun has released a documentary to raise awareness of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

Stephanie Coker Releases Documentary to Raise Awareness On PCOS
Stephanie Coker

PCOS is a hormonal disorder that causes enlarged ovaries with small cysts at the outer edges.

Coker’s documentary titled Where The Heck Is My Period is directed by Michael ‘AMA Psalmist’ Akinrogunde.

It premiered at the 2022 Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) which held from November 6 to 12.

The project features interviews with culturally diverse Nigerian women living with PCOS. It also highlights the struggles that they face.

The documentary will include interviews with gynecologists, pastors, public figures, and native African doctors to shed light on the disorder.

Speaking on her reasons for producing the documentary, Coker disclosed that she hopes to “educate people”. She said she was also diagnosed with the syndrome at age 16.

“I wanted to shed more light and educate people about this incurable disorder and hopefully help young girls going through the same issues,” she said. 

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In March 2020, TV personality, Stephanie Coker revealed that she had gotten pregnant through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).

The MTV Base Africa presenter took to her Instagram page to make the revelation.

“My name is Stephanie Coker Aderinokun, I am a jet-set mum, wife, TV host, entrepreneur and I conceived through IVF. Who are you? #yourtruthisbeautiful #noshame #African&Pregnant link in bio 🖤,” she wrote.

During an interview with PUNCH, Aderinokun revealed why she made her story public. She explained:

“Initially, I really had no intention of sharing this journey but I kept meeting women who were struggling in one way or the other with fertility. After I got sick with Ovarian Hyper Stimulation Syndrome, I felt like I needed to share my experience to help others and also reduce the stigma surrounding infertility.” 

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