Isabella Santoni reveals her diagnosis of endometriosis

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26-year-old actress Isabella Santoni, who is currently on air in the rerun of ‘Malhação Sonhos’, on TV Globo, used his Instagram on Wednesday (1) to talk to his fans and followers and tell them how he was diagnosed with endometriosis in March of this year.

The artist, who is dating surfer Caillou Vaz, said in the report, that she wears a brass dies and gets tested every six months, but believes it’s “normal” to feel “a lot of colic.”

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I’ve always had a lot of colic, but I thought it was normal. Then I went to a doctor, and she said I shouldn’t take the medicine I take every month. I had a copper IUD, so I was going to have it checked every six months, but the doctor didn’t see it was out of place, he was perforating the uterus. In addition to endometriosis, I had pain due to an IUD“, She said.

He added: “Endometriosis does not bleed, and I was very hesitant to do so because I am completely normal. I think menstruation is part of a woman’s cycle. I will take an exam tomorrow to see my developmental score. Several doubts pop up in my head, such as whether I am freezing eggs, or continuing in taking the pill or having an IUD inserted. I still understand myself and my business”, vent.

Isabella Santoni. (Photo: clone/Instagram)

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a chronic disease that affects women of reproductive age and consists of the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus. Endometriosis can vary: from mild symptoms to slightly more painful periods, such as deep endometriosis, which affects other organs.

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