Ali Fedotowsky-Manno on poikamiestyttö, joka etsi rinnalleen tosirakkautta ohjelman kuudennella tuotantokaudella. Ohjelman jälkeen nainen on saanut kaksi lasta puolisonsa Kevin Mannon kanssa. Nyt vaalea kaunotar on paljastanut, että hänellä on ihosyöpä.
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno kertoi Instagram-seuraajilleen, että häneltä löydettiin ihosyöpä. 35-vuotias nainen oli käynyt tutkituttamassa ihonsa löydettyään epätasaisen ihomuutoksen vatsastaan. Kävi ilmi, että ihokudoksen solut olivat muuttuneet pahanlaatuisiksi ja kehittyneet syöväksi. Onneksi muutos kuitenkin löydettiin nopeasti ja saatiin onnistuneesti leikattua.
Ali kehottaakin nyt kaikkia seuraajiaan käymään ihotautilääkärin vastaanotolla säännöllisesti ja tarkastuttamaan luomensa. Hän myös vannoo luonnonmukaisen kosmetiikan nimeen ja lupaa, että ei enää ikinä altistuta ihoaan auringolle ilman aurinkorasvaa.
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GET YOUR SKIN CHECKED. A couple weeks ago I found out I have skin cancer. When my dermatologist used the c-word, I just about fainted in his office. Thankfully, the type of skin cancer I have is rarely fatal and really never fatal when you catch it early. It’s called Basal cell carcinoma. Swipe to the third pic to see what my mole looked like before I got the biopsy done (so you know what to look for). It’s on the left side of my body. The scar right above my belly button is from when I had cells/skin that may be cancerous removed six months ago. Needless to say, i’m never exposing my stomach to sun without sunscreen again! . . Basal cell carcinoma is super common. The most common skin cancer. You probably know someone who has it. So it’s no big deal. But what IS a big deal is not treating it and treating it early. That is why going to a dermatologist and getting your skin checked every year is SO important (I now go every 3/6 months). The VERY first thing I did when I got diagnosed was text my family on a group text urging them all to get their skin checked. So I’m doing the same for all of you, my extended family, right here and right now. I’m lucky it wasn’t melanoma. And I’m lucky that I caught it early. Moving forward I plan on making it a priority of mine to use the best natural products on my skin and be rigorous about applying sunscreen and reminding all of you to do the same! I love you guys! Take care of yourselves! #skincancer #skincancerawareness #skincancerprevention #basalcellcarcinoma #basalcell #skincheck
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First, thank goodness Kevin‘s mustache is no more. Ha! I’m not the only one who thought it was awful right?! 😂 And second/more importantly, I hope many of you are able to be with family right now! We had our holiday visits early this year but I’m soaking up the time at home with this little family of mine this week. It’s funny, I feel like being around family during the holidays makes me wanna have another baby! Anyone else get baby fever when they’re around their family?! I’m guessing a big part of it is having all the extra hands/help around. Makes it feel easy (wink emoji). Anyway, I told you guys about @Invitae about a month or so ago and how they reached out to me to help spread the word about their mission – which is to get affordable genetic testing into the hands of every person that they possibly can. And I just think it’s so wonderful that they’re doing that, that I immediately agreed to spread the word and partnered with them for carrier screening. If you’re pregnant, trying to conceive, or even thinking about having kids in the future, I highly recommend checking them out. Carrier screening can give you information about changes in your genes that both you and your partner have that could be passed down to your baby/future baby and cause a genetic disease. And then you can take that information and make important decisions for you and your family. I blogged about my experience with them today. So head to my site if you want to read more about it. www.AliManno.com And please share this post with any you know that is family planning because I truly feel this information is invaluable. #familyplanning #Invitae #GeneticTesting #CarrierScreening #TryingToConceive #MyInvitae #sponsored