Nina Evans, 50, was told she had no chance of giving birth to a child. She was diagnosed with multiple myomas and it was highly encouraged to have a hysterectomy. Instead, she decided to take things into her own hands.
Rather than give up hope, the London resident turned to ‘leech therapy’. What is ‘leech therapy’ you ask? She placed over 500 leeches all over her body and let them suck on her blood in hopes they will kill the pre-cancerous fibroids in the muscle tissue of her womb.
Some of the side effects were not would you would imagine from having worms suck on your blood, but we’re sure Evans welcomed them with open arms. She said, “I also noticed my orgasms were longer and more intense some of the best I have ever had after some of my internal leech therapy”. When putting the leeches into Evan’s cervix, they were counted on the way in and out, so none were left in her vagina.
Did it work? The verdict is: Yes! The leeches ate away at the fibroids and she was successful at getting pregnant!