BBC Breakfasts Naga Munchetty says stop it as presenter gets put on the spot

BBC Breakfasts Naga Munchetty says stop it as presenter gets put on the spot

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    Naga Munchetty told her BBC Breakfast co-host Charlie Stayt "stop it" after he put their colleague Mike Bushell on the spot live on air.

    The presenting duo were back on the famous red sofa on Saturday (October 21) morning to wake up the nation with the latest news from across the globe, including the upcoming Rugby World Cup match between England and South Africa.

    Sports presenter Mike was on hand to speak about the semi-final clash which takes place tonight and Charlie was keen to find out who he thinks will win the match.

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    Charlie asked Mike: "What is the Bushell prediction?" and he replied: "I'm not optimistic, I wish I could be." but Charlie was determined to find out his thoughts and repeated to ask the question, leading Naga to tell her co-star "stop it". Mike finally answered by saying "25-20" and Naga probed: "to" before the sports presenter said: "to South Africa".

    It comes after Naga opened up about the impact her debilitating womb condition has had on her life just 12 months after she was diagnosed. Last year, she was diagnosed with adenomyosis after doctors dismissed her symptoms for more than 32 years. On Wednesday (October 18), the 48-year-old presenter shared her experience as part of the Women and Equalities Committee’s inquiry into women’s reproductive health.

    The newsreader opened up about her debilitating condition when she called for a change in conversation with MPs about reproductive health issues. She revealed her condition had left her “screaming in agony” and having to seek emergency advice.

    Aside from the crippling pain, the host had also been left feeling "almost paranoid when you take a toilet break" every day. Naga went on to explain that she had no choice but to wear dark, loose clothing when she is on her period.

    But the embarrassment doesn’t end there, with the journalist also forced to inform her bosses about when she needs the bathroom in the office. Adenomyosis, similar to endometriosis, is a condition in which the womb lining grows deep within the muscular wall of the womb.

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    Speaking further about the condition, Naga revealed she first started feeling symptoms when her period started at 15 years old. In quotes obtained by the Mail Online, she said: "They were very heavy. I’d throw up on the first day, pass out once or twice during the cycle. I’d be wrapped around a toilet.

    "I'd still go to school. I still went to work. Whenever I went to the doctor I was told it was normal. For work, I wouldn’t sleep because I’d set an alarm at 2am to change the towel and super heavy tampon. It made relationships difficult, I’ve had very understanding partners,” she explained.

    BBC Breakfast airs on weekdays from 6am on BBC One or catch-up on BBC iPlayer.

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