A man in Kenya is suffering greatly after developing normal female breasts which is now producing milk.
Francis Gichuru is begging for help from the public
A city pastor who has not had s*x with his wife for over 10 years due to a rare health condition has pleaded for help as his breasts which has grown to a normal woman’s size is now producing milk.
The man identified as Pastor Francis Gachuru, the lead preacher and founder of Christ Ambassadors Church International in Nairobi’s Mowlem area, has not been intimate with his wife since 2000, after developing ‘prolactinoma, a medical condition which makes him produce milk from his breasts. It caused his s*x drive to reduce dramatically resulting in reduced libido, low calcium, hormonal imbalance and even infertility.
In an exclusive interview with The Nairobian, Francis Gachuru, a former manager at an insurance company, says, “Actually, the problem began immediately after our wedding in 2000, then I could not perform to the maximum, but we could not figure out the root cause.”
Gichuru adds that despite his condition, some of his friends and relatives still chide him for not having sired a child.
“After stepping out of a cyber café back in 2007, I noticed an unusual liquid on my shirt, but ignored it and proceeded home in Kariobangi,” he said.
For Francis, his problems extend beyond physical as it has rocked his marriage as the wife almost left when she thought she was the one with the problem. They are still together but Francis admits that he often suffers humiliation when he stands to speak in front of people.
And some people even go ahead and rebuke him for being infertile and tell him that he will die like a roadside dog as he has no one to carry forth his name.
To manage this condition, Francis has spent over one million shillings but to no avail so he is looking to raise 2 Million shillings to go for further medical treatment in India. Doctors in Kenya however say that they can treat him for cheaper, for about 300, 000-700,000 Kshs Francis will be back to normal. And the medical procedure will be considerably safer in Kenya.
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