I’m a celebrity star Adele Roberts diagnosed with bowel cancer – .

I’m a celebrity star Adele Roberts diagnosed with bowel cancer – .

Adele Roberts revealed she was diagnosed with bowel cancer.

The old one I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! A campmate shared the news on Instagram, explaining that she is due for surgery tomorrow (October 25) and that the outlook is positive so far.

“Okay, there’s no easy way to do that and it feels weird, especially posting on social media (I’m full Black mirror) but I hope it reaches everyone who might benefit from reading it or reading it, ”she wrote.

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“I’ve had trouble with my digestion for a while. Thanks to a conversation I had with my father a few years ago, I went to my GP for a check-up. I’ll be honest, I was embarrassed but I also knew it could be something serious.

“So I went there just in case. At first I didn’t think about it and just assumed it could be food sensitivity. After a few phone calls, I was sent for exams and checks. I was then diagnosed with bowel cancer. That was at the beginning of the month. “

BBC Radio 1 DJ, who rose to fame after appearing in the third round of Big Brother, added that she was sharing her story to encourage anyone with similar concerns to see a doctor.

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“PLEASE make sure you get checked out if you have any concerns. The sooner you can see your GP or talk to someone, the sooner you can get help. If I hadn’t, I might not have this chance. I have learned over the past few weeks that there is no “normal” with cancer. Unfortunately, it can affect anyone, at any age, at any time. He does not discriminate. Early detection can save your life. “

She praised the ‘amazing NHS’ and revealed that she will have surgery to remove the tumor, after which she will know if she needs further treatment.

“So far the outlook is positive and I feel so lucky to be able to be treated,” she said. “This is only the start of my journey but I will give it everything I have. “

On her Instagram post, she thanked her family and Radio 1 for their support, and also added a poster showing the signs of bowel cancer for those who might need a boost to get checked out, as well. than a detailed explanation.

Tasha Hegarty is a freelance editor at Digital Spy.

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