Follow Up: “My Son Was The Top Interviewee, I Struggled But He Graduated”

About a month and a half ago, I wrote an article about a Jamaican mother who had contacted us here at MyCaribbeanScoop, she wanted the world to know her story about her son. He has a condition known as Undescended testicles and he has had this condition from birth.

This mother has contacted us again and sent us a picture of her son graduating. She had these simple yet powerful words,

“Thanks for your assistance in whatever way……my son was the top interviewee with 96 percent..I struggled and he graduated…….THANKS, THANKS.” 

We here at MyCaribbeanScoop, would like to congratulate this young man on his recent graduation and for being a top performer. We would also like to wish him all the best in his future endeavors and that he becomes the Doctor that he so wants to become.

I would personally like to thank his mother for allowing me to listen to her story and write about it. It was a privilege to be able to get your story out there so you and your son could get all the much needed assistance. I do wish both of you all the best. You did an excellent job with your son and I am certain that he appreciates it very much.

If you would like to help this Jamaican mother, please contact us at mycaribbeanscoop[at]gmail.com and we will be happy to provide you with more details.

You can read the initial story here;

Undescended testicles or Cryptorchidism, as it is medically called, is a testicle that hasn’t moved into its proper position in the bag of skin hanging below the penis (scrotum) before birth. Usually just one testicle is affected, but about 10 percent of the time, both testicles are undescended.

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Keysha Pierre
I am a wife and mother of 3 beautiful boys. I have a passion for knowledge and writing. I am an avid reader of all book genres and I am a proud St.Lucian.
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