Job Vacancy: Marketing Specialist

Join the Binyoh Team as a Temporary Marketing Specialist ! Are you a passionate and dynamic individual with a flair for engaging with people? Do you want to be a part of a groundbreaking femtech startup that's empowering African women in their sexual and reproductive health journey? Look no further! Job Title: Temporary Marketing Activation Specialist Duration: 1-week contract Location: Abuja, Nigeria About Binyoh: Binyoh Inc. is a leading female health technology (femtech) startup dedicated to providing tailored sexual and reproductive health content to African women. Our innovative app offers a safe space for women to connect, learn, and access professional advice on their intimate health needs. Job Description: As a Temporary Marketing Activation Specialist at Binyoh, you will play a pivotal role in spreading the word about our app and onboarding new female users. You will be the face of Binyoh during physical activations, connecting directly with potential users and guiding t

Misconceptions About Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a common condition that affects women of childbearing age. It occurs when the tissue that lines the uterus (the endometrium) grows outside of the uterus. Endometriosis can cause a variety of symptoms, including pelvic pain, painful urination, grainy area pain during sex, and menstrual pain. This may make it harder to get pregnant.

There are a number of misconceptions about endometriosis that can make it difficult for women to get an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.

Here are some common misconceptions about endometriosis:

  1. Endometriosis only affects women who have never given birth: This is not true! Endometriosis can affect any woman regardless of whether she has given birth or not. In fact, studies have shown that endometriosis is more common in nulliparous women (women who have never given birth).
  2. All women with endometriosis will eventually need surgery: While surgery may be necessary for some women with severe endo, many mild to moderate cases can be managed with medication and lifestyle changes alone. Surgery should always be considered as a last resort after all other options have been exhausted.
  3. Birth control pills will help relieve my symptoms: For some lucky ladies this may be true but for most, unfortunately, it's not! In fact, many times taking birth control pills can actually make your symptoms worse by causing you to retain water and bloat which then puts pressure on your already painful pelvic organs exacerbating your discomfort.
  4. Only older women get diagnosed with endometriosis: This couldn't be further from the truth! Women of all ages from their early teens to post-menopausal years old can develop this condition.


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