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Kris Aquino shares on Instagram about her condition

The Queen of All Media, Kris Aquino, has been in the show business industry since 1986 and we have seen her go through her ups and downs under the limelight of showbiz. Just like any other celebrity, Kris has a part of her that she will always be sharing to her fans in order to keep them up-to-date to what is happening in her life.

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Recently, The Queen of All Media has been going through a lot. She discovered that one of her business partners tricked her and got from her a huge amount of money. This incident caused so much stress on Kris that her weight decreased at least 15 pounds in just a month.

While dealing with her legal battle, Kris also revealed another hardship that she has to deal with. Kris publicly admitted that she has recently been diagnosed with an autoimmune ailment called chronic spontaneous urticaria. She was diagnosed with this in Singapore.

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Kris also shared in her Instagram post some of her photos with flare-ups, which indicated the ailment’s symptoms. The TV host-actress appeared to have rashes, bruises, and even reddish bumps on different parts of her body, including her neck, arms, legs, and her face.

In the same post, Kris discussed how her hives first appeared in 2013 and thought that they were just allergic reactions and how crabs and lobsters are her only food allergies. Her condition worsened and said that she at least has two episodes a month which lasts for 4 to 7 days.

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The Queen of All Media also made her post an informative one by making people understand her autoimmune ailment. She explained, backed by her consultations with her doctors and even her own research, having chronic spontaneous urticaria means that her antibodies mistake her healthy cells as foreign objects which make them take action in removing it from the body.

She also said in her post that the ailment can last from a short period of one year to five years, or even up to several decades. Kris said that what she has can last for decades.

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Kris voiced out that she shared this to the public to raise awareness and inform people about chronic spontaneous urticaria. She also shared the advice of her doctors about her new healthy eating habits which would greatly help with her condition. She also said that getting enough sleep is very important in her state right now and how her doctors advised her to sleep at 11PM.

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Kris also shared an infographic that shows the basic information about chronic spontaneous urticaria as part of her campaign in raising awareness for her ailment.

She ended her post with expressing her gratitude for people who are praying and showing their love for her saying:

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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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“Thank you to all who messaged me w/ love and prayers… Good night. Yes, i’m starting to SMILE from my heart again.”

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