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"That day changed my life. I didn't expect that it was something so complicated. At 23, I had just discovered I was menopausal, barren and had a shorter than normal vaginal canal. The name itself sounded so scary and was difficult for me to pronounce," says Joaneva
Gospel artist Guardian Angel aka Phaxad Peter tells his moving story of transformation
When the results came out, the first doctor said she couldn't see my uterus. This prompted another much more experienced doctor to attempt a diagnosis. And that is when it was discovered that I had a condition known as Mullerian agenesis or Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser Syndrome (MRKH).
I had been invited to the church by some friends. The emcee for the day was very eloquent and had a great sense of humour
When I set my eyes on her, I thought, “She must be God-sent.” I was persistent and would go to her class in the name of saying hello to our mutual friend just so I could see her.

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