Angie Kent reveals her endometriosis symptoms are ‘getting out of control’

Angie Kent reveals her endometriosis symptoms are ‘getting out of control’ – as she complains about her damaged hair and hormonal skin pigmentation


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Angie Kent has shared an update on her battle with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis.

The Bachelorette posted a video to Instagram Stories on Monday about her health problems, revealing to fans that her symptoms have gotten “out of control.”

Speaking to the camera, the 30-year-old said she was excited to visit her skin specialist in Queensland for the first time in three months after being trapped in Sydney due to border closures.

Fight: Angie Kent, 30, (Pictured) Revealed Monday That Her Endometriosis Symptoms Are 'Getting Out Of Control' - As She Complained About Her Damaged Hair And Hormonal Skin Pigmentation

Fight: Angie Kent, 30, (pictured) revealed Monday that her endometriosis symptoms are ‘getting out of control’ – as she complained about her damaged hair and hormonal skin pigmentation

‘The countdown has begun!!! QLD borders are open for home quarantine! So I can finally come home after being stuck here for 3 months [airplane emoji].’

Angie also complained about the condition of her hair, which appeared dry and damaged from bleaching and heat styling.

‘I can’t wait to go home. Look at this hair, oh my god! I’ve had to wear it because it’s so bad,” she told the camera, filming her hair up close.

'Can'T Wait To Come Back And Get My Face Fixed': The Bachelorette Star, Who Suffers From Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Pcos) And Endometriosis, Shared A Health Update With Her Fans On Instagram Stories On Monday

'Can'T Wait To Come Back And Get My Face Fixed': The Bachelorette Star, Who Suffers From Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Pcos) And Endometriosis, Shared A Health Update With Her Fans On Instagram Stories On Monday

‘Can’t wait to come back and get my face fixed’: The Bachelorette star, who suffers from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis, shared a health update with her fans on Instagram Stories on Monday

Finally! Speaking To The Camera, The 30-Year-Old Said She Was Excited To Visit Her Queensland Skin Specialist For The First Time In Three Months After Being Trapped In Sydney Due To Border Closures

Finally! Speaking To The Camera, The 30-Year-Old Said She Was Excited To Visit Her Queensland Skin Specialist For The First Time In Three Months After Being Trapped In Sydney Due To Border Closures

Finally! Speaking to the camera, the 30-year-old said she was excited to visit her Queensland skin specialist for the first time in three months after being trapped in Sydney due to border closures

She continued: ‘I can’t wait to come back and get my face fixed. Look at this skin… oh my god.’

In the caption, Angie also revealed that she suffers from skin pigmentation linked to PCOS and endometriosis.

Hormonal pigment back in full swing and PCOS hormonal acne was fun [wide-eyed sad emoji]. My symptoms have been out of control lately,” she wrote.

'I'Ve Had To Wear It Because It'S So Bad': Angie Also Complained About The Condition Of Her Hair, Which Appeared Dry And Damaged From Bleaching And Heat Styling

'I'Ve Had To Wear It Because It'S So Bad': Angie Also Complained About The Condition Of Her Hair, Which Appeared Dry And Damaged From Bleaching And Heat Styling

Chilling Situation: 'Can'T Wait To Go Home. Look At This Hair, Oh My God!' Angie Complained

Chilling Situation: 'Can'T Wait To Go Home. Look At This Hair, Oh My God!' Angie Complained

‘I’ve had to wear it because it’s so bad’: Angie also complained about the condition of her hair, which appeared dry and damaged from bleaching and heat styling

“I’m also looking forward to seeing my specialist to get over this PCOS/Endo madness.”

PCOS is a condition that causes a woman to produce an unusually high amount of male hormones.

The condition can cause female infertility, acne, pigmentation, excess facial or body hair, and insulin resistance.

'Finally I Had Answers': Angie Has Spoken Openly About Her Past Struggles With Endometriosis, Telling Tv Week Magazine Last Year That She Was 'Relieved' By The Diagnosis

'Finally I Had Answers': Angie Has Spoken Openly About Her Past Struggles With Endometriosis, Telling Tv Week Magazine Last Year That She Was 'Relieved' By The Diagnosis

‘Finally I had answers’: Angie has spoken openly about her past struggles with endometriosis, telling TV Week magazine last year that she was ‘relieved’ by the diagnosis

Endometriosis also affects female reproduction, but it differs from PCOS in that it is caused by abnormal cell growth outside the uterus.

Common symptoms include extreme pelvic pain during a woman’s menstrual period.

Angie has spoken openly about her past struggles with endometriosis, telling: TV week magazine last year that she was “relieved” by the diagnosis.

“Finally I had answers to why I had been in so much pain for so long,” she said.

She first developed the condition in 2016. Since then, she has undergone several procedures to remove abnormal tissue that has grown outside her uterus.

Treatment: She Was First Diagnosed With The Condition In 2016. Since Then, She Has Undergone Several Procedures To Remove Abnormal Tissue That Has Grown Outside Her Uterus.

Treatment: She Was First Diagnosed With The Condition In 2016. Since Then, She Has Undergone Several Procedures To Remove Abnormal Tissue That Has Grown Outside Her Uterus.

Treatment: She was first diagnosed with the condition in 2016. Since then, she has undergone several procedures to remove abnormal tissue that has grown outside her uterus.

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