Shamita Shetty, who is suffering from endometriosis, underwent surgery, shared the video from the hospital and said – 'It is very painful'

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Actress Shilpa Shetty's sister Shamita Shetty has recently come into limelight by sharing a video of herself from the hospital. Actually, Shamita was suffering from a disease called endometriosis, for which she recently underwent surgery. This video shared by the actress from the hospital is becoming quite viral on social media and fans are expressing a lot of concern for her.

ButFLiX Team. Actress Shilpa Shetty's sister Shamita Shetty has recently come into limelight by sharing a video of herself from the hospital. Actually, Shamita was suffering from a disease called endometriosis, for which she recently underwent surgery. This video shared by the actress from the hospital is becoming quite viral on social media and fans are expressing a lot of concern for her.

In the video shared, Shamita is seen sitting on the hospital bed and asking people to Google this disease and find out what it is and how painful it is. The actress said, 'Women who are watching this, go and Google endometriosis. You must know what this problem is. This is very painful and causes a lot of discomfort. When you feel pain in your body due to any reason, listen to your body. Take it positive. Don't ignore.


While sharing the video, he wrote in the caption, 'Do you know that about 40 percent of women are suffering from endometriosis and most of us are unaware of this disease. I would like to thank both my doctors, my gynecologist Dr Neeta Varty and my GP Dr Sunita Banerjee, for not stopping until they found the root cause of my pain. This disease has been removed from me through surgery and now I am looking forward to good health and a quick physical recovery.


What is endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a problem occurring in the uterus. In which there is abnormal growth in endometrial tissues and they start spreading outside the uterus. Sometimes, there is a danger of the endometrium layer spreading not only to the outer layer of the uterus but also to the ovaries, intestines and other reproductive organs.


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