A Nigerian lady suffering from a congenital disease of the blood vessels has cried out for help, she wrote on her Instagram page (graphic photos, viewer discretion advised):Being holding this pain inside for so long, oh lord send me an angel 😇 and lead me out of this place….It all started as a tiny wound, after series of scan it was discovered I had congenital arteries and veins malformations of the hand (AVM)✋which has ulcerated the only way to stop it from spreading is to fix it from inside,by separating the veins, after 3 surgeries it keeps spreading, then the doctors concluded we cut of the part it has affected, making me lose two fingers,and half of my palm with hopes that’s where its going to end..it still keeps spreading now the doctors are saying the only way it might stop is if a lower elbow right hand amputation is done.Those words keeps ringing in my head, its not a guarantee it wil stop…here I am already lossing friends, my family out of funds, spending months in the hospital 🏥.Lord pls help

me, I need ur help Jesus, life is becoming too hard…lord pls take this pain away…@[email protected] @[email protected]@olori_ranti_ajayi#needprayers#needhelp dnt want to lose my hand..Had a dopler on for weeks, my hand can not be brought down because might bleed uncontrollably, Everything happening still feels like a dream…jesus I know 😞 there’s nothing u cant do, not looking for sympathy I just want to pour my heart ♥ out, if tears could heal me I should hav gotten healed, its 1:10am and am still awake, am not the first to go through this kind of challenge but you wouldn’t know how hard having to deal wit a congenital incurable AVM is, I never knew things could just change like this, AVM came and stole my joy, am now feeling lik the 😈devil is using me to make my family go bankrupt…God ur all I need…Doctors treat then God heals..Come Monday I hav to agree and perhaps sign a consent form for amputation…God save my hand….Prayer Request;God almighty come to my aid.Have mercy on me on me,Let there b solution to my AVM.