A woman contracts STIs that cannot be cured as a result of her interaction with her biological brother.
After having sexual contact with her biological brother, a woman becomes infected with diseases that cannot be treated.
A woman who has been caught in the act of committing an abomination has resorted to social media to express her sorrow over the penalties that she is now experiencing.
The woman claimed in a post that she made on Telegram that she and her brother have been experiencing feelings of attraction toward one another for some time now.
Therefore, around two weeks ago, they made the decision to give in to those desires and have sexual relations with one another.
However, following the act, she began to acquire some rashes and various boils around her private parts. These symptoms persisted for some time.
In addition to this, she has been experiencing pain in her abdomen, which along with the other symptoms, are all indicators of sexually transmitted disease.
She has decided to seek assistance on social media rather than going to the hospital to get her symptoms checked out.
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