Anton Du Beke on his wife’s ‘massive problem’ – the symptoms of her condition


Anton Du Beke, 53, has reached the final stage of Strictly Come Dancing 2019 competition. While the star has found success in the BBC dance show, struggles in his personal life have still existed.

Anton revealed the couple managed to fall pregnant with the twins with the help of IVF.

He also insisted it’s vital people open up about fertility problems to help couples in the same position.

Speaking to The Independent he said: “Endometriosis is one of those silent things that women go through on their own, which they shouldn’t.”

Anton admits they found IVF “tough” but it brought the couple closer together.

DON’T MISS

He added: “It fills you with even more admiration for somebody who goes through that.”

Symptoms of endometriosis

Symptoms of the condition can vary, and while some women are badly affected, others may not have noticeable symptoms.

The main symptoms are listed by the NHS as:

  • Pain in your lower tummy or back (pelvic pain) – usually worse during your Period
  • Period pain that stops you doing your normal activities
  • Pain during or after sex
  • Pain when peeing or pooing during your period
  • Feeling sick, constipation, diarrhoea, or blood in your pee during your period
  • Difficulty getting pregnant

A woman may also experience heavy periods and feelings of depression.

DON’T MISS

“If surgery is recommended for you, talk to your surgeon about the possible risks.”

How endometriosis is treated

If you’ve been diagnosed with endometriosis, your doctor or specialist should discuss possible treatment options with you.

READ  Lyme disease warning: Rash and symptoms you shouldn’t ignore ahead of tick bite season

Endometriosis UK advises: “Currently, there is no cure for endometriosis. The different treatments available for endometriosis aim to reduce the severity of symptoms and improve the quality of life for a woman living with the condition. The type of treatment you receive for your endometriosis should be decided in partnership between you and your healthcare professional.

“Your healthcare professional will consider many different factors when working out the best endometriosis treatment method for you, such as your age, the severity of endometriosis you have and the severity of your symptoms.

“We do not recommend any particular treatment for endometriosis, but support patients seeking treatment options appropriate to their individual circumstances.”

Treatment options available to women with endometriosis are surgery, hormone therapy and pain relief.



READ SOURCE

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here