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‘Waist Training Did Not Give Me Kidney Disease’ – Ghanaian Actress Explains

Ghanaian actress, Princess Shyngle few days ago shared pictures of herself in the hospital on her Instagram page, saying she was suffering from a kidney infection.

It was alleged that the actress had gotten her kidney infection as a result of extreme waist training, however she has debunked the claims. She took to her Instagram page to share the real causes of kidney infection and also thank those who genuinely felt concerned about her.

She wrote,

“On a normal day I would just ignore everything people are saying bout my illness , but I decided not to because of two reasons 1: to make it very clear to everyone that waist training had absolutely nothing to do with me having a kidney infection and 2: to educate women out there about kidney infection, the causes and how to prevent it so it don’t happen to any1 because it can be deadly.

Kidney infections typically occurs when bacteria enters your urinary tract through the tube that carries urine from your body ( urethra ) and begins to multiply. Causes of a kidney infection ( I. By not urinating and keeping urine , 2.urinating in public toilets. 3. Urinating in the streets. 4. Wearing dirty panties etc) . These can be prevented , when u wash ur panties always put them out in the sun to dry, never sit in public toilets to urinate always squat, and when ever u feel like urinating just go do it, don’t keep it in your system.

Symptoms are 1. Unable to breath, 2. Back pains, 3. Abdominal pains , 4 Headaches etc. Untreated kidney infection can lead to kidney disease which can permanently lead to kidney damage and eventually death.

I hope I’ve helped someone today. God bless each and everyone that genuinely got worried about me, prayed for me, checked up on me and put a smile on my face, ya’ll made me get through this and I want to say a big Thank youuuuuuuu.“

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