Pregnant Ghanaian Women Taking Pills To Bleach Unborn Babies Skin Urged To Stop To Prevent Birth Defect

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Feb 28, 2018 – Pregnant Ghanaian Women Urged To Stop Taking Pills To Bleach Unborn Babies Skin

A new trend among expectant mothers in Ghana is troubling.

Medical experts in the West African country have urged pregnant women to stop taking skin lightening pills aimed at helping their unborn babies have light skin.

The trending drug, Gluthathione has been recalled by Ghana’s Food and Drugs Agency as it is capable of causing serious birth defects including damage to major organs and the limb.

Here is a statement released by the agency:

Ghana is one of the top African countries with high percentage of people with dark and beautiful skin.

Like in most countries of the world, most women in Ghana are obsessed with light skin hence, the desperate move by some uninformed expectant mothers.

What would they gain by bleaching an innocent baby skin.???

5 thoughts on “Pregnant Ghanaian Women Taking Pills To Bleach Unborn Babies Skin Urged To Stop To Prevent Birth Defect

  1. Not at all surprised, no wonder Ghanaians prefer having kids for white men. This is the height of insecurity.

  2. When the kid grows and starts questioning his or her origins l hope the bleaching pill will tell you how to answer that “JAMB QUESTION”? Mchweeew!

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