She was happy to have a baby in 2007, but her happiness was short-lived after she was operated on.
Now the woman says her punani is so painful she can no longer poke. And this has caused problems in her relationships, with her boyfriends running away from her.
The 41-year-old from extension 6 in Soshanguve, north of Tshwane, told Daily Sun her punani started giving her problems after she was operated on at at a hospital in Thohoyandou, Limpopo when she gave birth to her son via C-section.
The mother of two spent five days in the hospital after the operation.
“This was my first operation. The doctors were negligent. Instead of using scissors to cut the umbilical cord, they rolled it in their hands and pulled it off. I never healed,” she said.
She said something strange comes out of her punani and there is also a bad a smell.
The woman said she never lodged a complaint, but wants to sue the hospital for negligence.
“I met a man in 2015 who was serious about our relationship.
“I didn’t give him what he wanted and he left.
“I have been living a life of hell for many years and need help.
“Doctors told me my womb is damaged and I will never have another child. I still want a man in my life and children,” she said.
She said she has stopped talking about love.
“I have to live a lie and tell men who propose to me that I am okay with a relationship.
“I appeal for any doctor to help me as I am in pain day and night,” she said.
Limpopo health spokesman Neil Shikwambana said: “We are not aware of this allegation.
“The patient can lay a formal complaint with the quality assurance officer at the hospital so the matter can be formally investigated.
“She will be furnished with a report within 30 days.”