- Tania Rincón undergoes surgery and will no longer be able to have children.
- Galilea Montijo and Andrea Legarreta’s co-host explains what happened.
- She has fibroids and chose to have a hysterectomy.
The host of the Televisa program, Hoy, Tania Rincón, underwent urgent surgery and, unfortunately, the result is that she will not be able to have children. This was reported by the magazine Rostros and the news has shocked not only show business, but her fans as well.
The co-host of Galilea Montijo and Andrea Legarreta had to explain what caused her to end up in the hospital and with the sad result that she will no longer be able to have children. She also described how she feels about it.
TANIA RINCÓN GIVES DETAILS ABOUT HER HEALTH
The host finally explained what was going on with her health. To begin with she said that they detected a fibroid that led her to decide that she should undergo a hysterectomy. This means that she will not be able to be a mother again.
Although she revealed that she acted quickly to avoid a complex health situation, she says that she and her husband had previously decided not to have more children after the birth of their beautiful Amelia. She points out that there is an obstacle that they have not been able to overcome, Tania Rincón said that she underwent surgery to remove her uterus.
She said: “After having Amelia I had the intrauterine device and, in theory, with this device you should not have your period for five years.” She said she knew something was wrong because she began to bleed regularly so she went to the doctor. They did some tests and confirmed that a fibroid had grown after Amelia’s birth.
After consulting with doctors, she and her husband made a difficult decision: “We made the decision, obviously the doctor and I, that the best thing for me was to remove it, the uterus …,” she said in a serious tone. Filed Under:Tania Rincón children surgery
WHY DID THAT HAPPEN TO HER?
The host of Hoy suspects what may have caused the fibroid: “What happens with my medical history is that my mother also had the same operation, so somehow it could be genetic…”
And she concluded: ““For me it has been a very favorable scenario because I have seen the benefits of this surgery. I was more swollen before, even when I left the operating room I had less swelling than when I had the uterus. In my day to day life. It was super uncomfortable, very annoying. Now I can say that I am very happy and finally because I already have two children and I have to see to it for myself but also because my children are well, definitely….”
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