Tony Onoja
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civil Servant
traveling, and watching Movies
How did you find this site?
through research
How has living with sickle cell made an impact on your life?
it has been hell all along. but i thank God for going thruogh it till now. after lossing two sisters to sickle cell, and also other relatives and friends. i started this research out of my current issue at hand. i have since been dating girls having fun and living my life like a normal person, crisis sets in ones in a while. but with God on my side i always pull thruogh it, i also dont take my medications for granted. Now i have this Fianance' i really will like to get married to. on the day i proposed to her i went ahead to ask of her genotype. oly then did she get to know that i am SS while she is AS. we were both deverstaed by that and now i am cought up in this web i really dont know what do. in my own little consulations i am believing God to perform his wonders even though i know medically we have only 25% chance of having an AS child. my research study basically is to see if science and modern technologies have been discovered to tackle such problems in infants and adulthood. cos i really will not want to go through what my parensts went through and also the pains and stigma i had while growing up to be mated to my child or children. so living with sickcle cell has not been easy at all. most especially now that i have attain marriageable age and whant to take a wife. in my case i look healthy and only when i tell you about my genotype so most girls i dated in the past only knew after or while we were dating. i had good sex life and good outing while in school and out of school.

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At 5:47pm on January 20, 2012, Amaka Ezea said…
Plzzzzzzzz! genotype incompatibility is a hurdle that is big enough, and should be allowed, to end a relationship.

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