Brandi Rhodes Shares Women’s Health Warning After Surgery

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Brandi Rhodes has shared a health warning for women after going through surgery.

The advice came after Rhodes heard about Maryse’s diagnosis of a rare pre-cancer of the ovaries for which Maryse recently underwent “life saving” surgery.

Having also recently undergone surgery, Rhodes shared her own update on Twitter, posting:

“3 years of pain with no answers. @MaryseMizanin’s story encouraged me to press on.

“Many appts later, we found the answer. Stage 4 endometriosis. Successful surgery today.

“Ladies, listen to your bodies. We don’t have to live with pain. Advocate for yourself.

“Finally on the road to recovery ❤️‍🩹 we have to talk more about women’s health.

“Love you @CodyRhodes. I am so blessed with your love.”

Per the Endometriosis Treatment Center of America, “Endometriosis is a common condition where the type of tissue that forms the lining of the uterus is also found outside of the uterus.”

The site goes on to classify stage 4 endometriosis as severe, stating:

“Stage 4 of endometriosis is considered severe. This stage is characterized by many deep endometrial implants and large cysts on at least one ovary. Thick adhesions appear throughout the pelvic region, causing widespread scar tissue and an increased risk of infertility.”

Brandi appeared at WrestleMania 40 during the celebration of Cody Rhodes becoming the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.

A former chief brand officer and EVP for AEW respectively, she and Cody Rhodes departed the company in February 2022.

WrestleTalk wishes Brandi Rhodes well in her recovery from surgery.

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