MY C-SECTION BIRTH IN LAGOS | LIVE BIRTH VLOG

About a month ago I had my second baby by C-Section, not an Emergency C-Section like my first child which was traumatising (you watch it HERE), this time it was an Elective C-Section and I will publish a video soon talking my experience this time. I decided to film this birth experience just because I wanted to, and I hope you enjoy watching. Since publishing this video on my YouTube channel a few weeks back, I have received a lot of questions about C-Section Birth in Lagos / Nigeria. If you have any question regarding my birth experience then feel free to leave a comment or send me an email sisi@sisiyemmie.com . To continue watching my Birth Vlog, press play below.

PEPSODENT, NDA CELEBRATE WORLD ORAL HEALTH DAY WITH DENTAL OUTREACHES, "CALL A DOCTOR"


L-R: A pupil settles for the brush day and night pose at the Pepsodent 2019 World Oral Health Day celebration.
Oral care advocate, Pepsodent and the Nigerian Dental Association (NDA) have initiated dental outreaches in Lagos schools and markets and a dedicated, toll-free oral care support system- Call A Dentist to commemorate 2019 World Oral Health Day. 

The programmes are key components of the Pepsodent oral care mission in partnership with NDA, World Dental Federation, FDI, federal and state ministries of health.

#SheVentures - 4 REASONS EVERY NIGERIAN BUSINESS SHOULD SERIOUSLY CONSIDER THIS NEW PROPOSITION



Reports show that women make up 49% of Nigeria’s adult population. However, only about 42% of them have access to formal financial services. Moreover, 42.7% of Nigerian women are business owners out of which only an estimated 2% have access to capital and loans to grow their businesses. It is also reported that around 7 million businesses will be set-up by Nigerian women in the year 2021 with the potential to create 8.9 million jobs and unlock billions in revenue for the country.

WOHD 2019 : PEPSODENT ADVOCATES FOR INCREASED AWARENESS ON ORAL HYGIENE


Oral care brand and advocate, Pepsodent has called for increased awareness on oral hygiene to combat poor oral health in Nigeria. 

While making the call at a press briefing to commemorate this year’s World Oral Health Day, the Category Manager, Oral Care, Unilever Nigeria, Salu Toluwaleke, said that poor oral health not only damages teeth especially children's teeth, it can also lower their self-esteem and harm their performance at school. “According to a global study* commissioned by Unilever Oral Care. The report, published ahead of World Oral Health Day on March 20, shows that the quality of a child’s oral care can have an impact beyond obvious medical problems like bad breath and dental pain; it can also limit their potential and negatively impact their self-esteem.”  She said.  
Joining the call to raise awareness for oral hygiene in Nigeria, the President, Nigerian Dental Association (NDA), Dr Evelyn Eshikena said that the time has come, for all stakeholders in the private and public sectors to address the challenge of poor oral health among Nigerians through partnership.

WHAT'S IN MY HOSPITAL BAG | GIVING BIRTH IN NIGERIA

This is one question I have been getting a lot of since I shared news of my pregnancy. If you' interested in the content of my delivery bag, then the list below will help. It is not a comprehensive list as my needs with yours may not be exact and the hospital requirements differ. However, it is a list of the necessities. 
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