This Woman's Leg Won't Stop Growing And It's Ruining Her Life
This Woman's Leg Won't Stop Growing And It's Ruining Her Life
This Woman's Leg Won't Stop Growing And It's Ruining Her Life
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This Woman's Leg Won't Stop Growing And It's Ruining Her Life

The size of her leg has doubled. She had to leave her job and says that it’s impossible to find love because of her physical abnormality.

Karina Rodini is a 28-year-old woman from Brazil whose life was completely derailed by the condition she was diagnosed with when she was just 2 years old: neurofibromatosis.

Neurofibromatosis is a genetic disorder that affects the nervous system and causes, among other symptoms, an abnormal growth of neuron cell tissues. In the first stage, these just look like darker patches of skin but they then develop into tumours that can grow so big that they can really make the patient’s life quite difficult.

Dia 05/04/2019 Estive em consulta com Drº Salmo Raskin,um excelente médico Geneticista,atua com as doenças raras...

Posted by Kaah Rodini on Thursday, April 11, 2019

In Karina’s case, she has had to have surgery 7 times and during one of these operations, they removed a cyst weighing 9kg from her uterus.

Over the past few years, the series of enormous tumours in her leg have changed her life. The size of her leg has doubled and walked around with this extra weight has become very difficult. As a consequence, she has had to give up her job and has also said that the changes to how her body looks have prevented her from finding love.

Bom dia! Há alguns dias saiu a matéria que eu fiz sobre a #neurofibromatose na tv. Consegui cortar e arrumar para compartilhar com vocês ❤️ Obrigada a #redemassa pela matéria e todos os colaboradores. *Lembrando que se você tem,ou conhece alguém que tenha a neurofibromatose me procure ☺️. *Temos grupos no whats a nível Brasil,e aqui do Paraná também. Vamos lutar juntos para essa causa,vamos buscar e exigir nossos direitos. Espero que gostem do vídeo ❤️ *Para quem tem Instagram,costumo postar algumas coisas por lá também. @Superandoaneurofibromatose

Posted by Kaah Rodini on Thursday, July 11, 2019

She is now looking for a treatment that will put an end to this condition once and for all.

Source: The Sun

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