- A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to call out a Lagos hospital for misdiagnosing her prospective employee
- According to the post, the lady who was supposed to resume work as a maid went for employment test but was diagnosed with Hepatitis B
- Doubting the results, the employer took her to two different hospitals where the results came out positive
It appears Nigeria isn't only battling with bettering the health sector but with securing competent hands to cater for lives. Currently causing outrage online is the story of how a lady was misdiagnosed with Hepatitis B.
According to the employer who took to social media to cry out, the lady who was supposed to resume as a maid in her house, was torn apart by the news and cried herself to sleep.
Having doubts over the result, the employer took her to two other different hospitals to carry out the Hepatitis B test and both results came out negative.
Angered by this, she went back to the first hospital identified as Critical Rescue International (CRI) in Victoria Garden City, Lagos and confronted them about it.
To her surprise, they admitted that the test was carried out by someone who wasn't competent for the task.
Swipe to see results from all three hospital and the rest of the post:
Still on stories that border on abuse of medical knowledge, a doctor recently took to social media to expose a new scam currently happening in the eastern part of Nigeria.
The scam called 'Cryptic Pregnancy'' involves certain people posing as medical experts to brainwash desperate women in need of children into believing they are pregnant.
According to a doctor identified as Abah Ehi Peters who brought this to light via his Twitter page, these women seeking children are injected with a high level of oestrogen and sometimes progesterone hormones that cause the abdomen to bloat/enlarge, causes formation of cysts and appearance of being pregnant.
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