The latest female care disruptorian has been treated to a life-saving operation in a new home.
The 34-year-old, who asked not to be named, told the Daily Mail that the woman’s boyfriend had been in the process of moving in with her, when he noticed that she was having difficulty sleeping.
The couple had been dating for over a year, and were both in the midst of an ongoing relationship.
But when the boyfriend moved in, things started to go awry.
“She was so upset that he was coming in and taking up a lot of the space,” Ms. Fenn said.
“The idea of him having a woman in the house just made me so mad, so I decided to make her a space to sleep in.”
After finding out about the problem, the couple agreed to go to the local hospital for a consultation.
“They said I had a heart condition, but there was nothing that could be done,” Ms Fenn told the Mail.
“I thought, ‘This is the most perfect thing I’ve ever done, I’m going to get her some medical help.'”
The couple decided to go ahead and have her have the procedure done, and she was discharged within 24 hours.
Since then, the woman has been able to sleep on her own and has been allowed to spend the next few months recovering from her surgery.
“It’s been really helpful for me,” she said.
Ms. Genn also found herself facing a tough decision about her future.
“After the surgery I realised I don’t want to live a life of being a carer for another woman,” she told the newspaper.
“At least I know that I will never be a caretaker for another female.”
While the procedure itself has been very helpful, she added that she would have liked to have had a more traditional solution.
“Having the surgery was like having the world come crashing down on me,” Ms Genn said, adding that she felt it was time to move on with her life.
“There’s so many women out there that are having this surgery and they’re struggling.
They’re so worried about what they’re going to do next, they’re so overwhelmed by the whole process.”
The surgery has been a huge help for the woman, and they have now decided to try and take advantage of the benefits of having a female-led team in their home.
“We’ve started the team in our home,” she added.
“And now we can take care of our own care.”
This is the second time a female care disruptionor has had her life saved by a male care provider.
In January, a 24-year old woman had her surgery to remove a cyst from her vagina and was admitted to a hospital in Australia after a female doctor recommended it.
The woman, who is now a doctor, was advised that her symptoms were due to a hormonal imbalance.
However, when she was being tested by her partner, they discovered that she had the cyst removed herself.
“You can see it was the right decision,” she explained.
“But I feel like a lot more women have to face this.
And there’s a stigma around it.”