Njambi Koikai

Endometriosis warrior Njambi Koikai is still recuperating after coming back to the country two months ago.

Njambi, who has been battling endometriosis for more than 19 years, was in the US for treatment for more than a year. She has undergone 21 surgeries.

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Njambi has shared a touching post, talking about how endometriosis has ravaged her body, changing her life completely.

In the last four years, my life completely changed. Erratic sleep patterns became my new normal, groaning in pain till morning, trying to keep pain away as Endometriosis ravaged my body.
Mentally this hasn’t been easy but I take it a day at a time. I’m so grateful to God that I sleep so much now,’ she wrote.

Adding,

It’s been two months since I came back. It’s not been easy for me at all but I always remind myself that I’m over the worst. I sit here and remember that I don’t need tubes to breathe anymore.
In the last 4 years, I’ve been in more hospital gowns than my clothes. If you’re one of those people who’s waiting for a special occasion, today is the day. This is the minute. Dress up, eat well, laugh and love.

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It's been two months since i came back. It's not been easy for me at all but i always remind myself that I'm over the worst. I sit here and remember that i don't need tubes to breathe anymore. In the last 4 years, I've been in more hospital gowns than my clothes. If you're one of those people who's waiting for a special occassion, today is the day. This is the minute. Dress up, eat well, laugh and love. I will also start doing media interviews from mid- November so keep it here for more info. I've also been working on some projects since 2016 and once i have finished working on them, i will share with all of you. We are also planning for a Thanskgiving service end of November, details to be shared soon. I love fashion and I'm here for it. My scars don't define me. This pain doesn't define Jahmby Koikai. I'm happy to be back home in this environment. There were days, I'd have to be carried out of that gate. Lakini leo natembea mpaka kwa shop ya Iraki na Betty, hata juzi nilienda mpaka shopping center kwa Mama Ken kubuy mboga. My small wins😊 So enjoy your Friday.God is great. Oh and I've been eating like 5 @farmerschoiceke sausages everyday.😊❤. #thoracicendosurvivor #endowarrior #Endometriosis #RecoveryfromThoracicEndometriosis

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 Njambi Koika’s stories have always inspired many and below are reactions to her recent post

webimusic Yours is a miracle testimony. Praise God!

anitasanturi My daily motivation that everything is possible when you put God first. Faith and hope is power❤️❤️❤️❤️ keep winning our miracle baby

itsmugambi Jahmby, you’re the best. ❤️❤️

beckymuikia May He restor over and above 🙏🏾

clareirene You are a miracle to the world and evidence of God’s faithfulness to his own. It is well

itsjudigriffins Your strength inspires me. I just love you ❤️

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