Kris Aquino shows disturbing effects of her disease.
The female celebrity Kris Aquino shows disturbing effects of her disease, Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria, to her and her skin.
In order to seek further medical attention, famous actress Kris Aquino reached the point of flying abroad, specifically in Singapore. And the people got bothered but clueless as well as to how her health condition is going on.
The people are just aware that one factor which has deeply contributed to her worsening health is when someone she trusted betrayed her thus, causing her sudden and alarming weight loss, 15 pounds in just a month. She got really affected and even slammed someone’s comment “pera lang yan“.
Flying back to the country, Aquino immediately revealed that she has Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria and hers is an autoimmune disease. Prior to this, while waiting for the crucial results from her Singaporean doctors, Kris said, “No drama, but no need for me to put up a brave front either- i just want to be healthy enough for the 2 boys i love most…”
After sharing her disease, she showed the effects of Urticaria to her skin. The effects were disturbing as it clearly shows on her fair skin. She also shared that the flares started on 2013 thinking that it was just some allergic reactions and even called it hives.
“They’ve steadily worsened to about 2 bad episodes a month lasting at least 4 to 7 days. I have no food allergies except crab & lobster,” she added.
Accordingly, helpful to her is a healthier food plan with vegetables (except alfalfa sprouts), fruits, fiber rich food, oatmeal, lean cuts of beef (for iron & vitamin D which are depleted), beans (thank God i like garbanzos), and fatty fish.
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This is my story. My urticaria flares started in 2013, but i thought they were allergic reactions & called them hives. They’ve steadily worsened to about 2 bad episodes a month lasting at least 4 to 7 days. I have no food allergies except crab & lobster (based on my 🇸🇬 full allergy test)… What happens when you suffer from an autoimmune disease? I researched in healthline.com so i could easily explain it since i have so many doctors who are now friends that i unknowingly use medical terms. The immune system mistakes part of your body — like your joints or skin — as foreign. It releases proteins called autoantibodies that attack healthy cells. Women get autoimmune diseases at a rate of about 2 to 1 compared to men — 6.4 percent of women vs. 2.7 percent of men. Often the disease starts during a woman’s childbearing years (ages 14 to 44). My Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria afflicts less than 1% of the world’s population. Most suffer through it for 1-5 years. Some suffer through it for decades- i fall under that category… i found my doctor here, Dr. Geraldine Zamora through @trishaduncan who had done an @everbilenaofficial @krislifekit webisode w/ me. She introduced me to the head of their Asean Doctors group. He is an allergy, rhueumatoid, and immunology specialist. He’s the 1 we flew to Singapore to consult… Dr. Geraldine has been so patient answering all my concerns & helping explain my diagnosis… i believe everything happens as part of God’s plan for our lives. i have the platforms to raise awareness about this medical challenge… Stress we cannot avoid, but it is a big factor. A healthier food plan with vegetables (except alfalfa sprouts), fruits, fiber rich food, oatmeal, lean cuts of beef (for iron & vitamin D which are depleted), beans (thank God i like garbanzos), and fatty fish are all helpful. And very importantly, she advised to be in bed by 9:30 PM & sleeping soundly at 11 PM. Sorry i’m going over my prescribed bedtime, but i edited this video myself. Thank you to all who messaged me w/ love & prayers… Good night. Yes, i’m starting to SMILE from my heart again.🌈❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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