Whoopi Goldberg talked about her scary journey with endometriosis on “The View,” which made people feel shivers down their spines. She was very angry at the healthcare system and asked why women have to suffer for years before they get a diagnosis. Goldberg, 67, talked about her own scary experience. She was first given the wrong diagnosis of a UTI and ignored the symptoms until they got worse.

Goldberg said with a shaking voice, “I didn’t know what was going on.” “All of a sudden, I smelled something that looked like cottage cheese.” “I was lucky enough to get to someone who said, ‘This is called endometriosis.'” That was not what she meant. Is What Whoopi Goldberg said a coded plea for help? As she asks more questions about the medical school system, the mystery gets deeper.

Millions of people have endometriosis, but it takes a painful 6 to 10 years to be diagnosed. Wait for Goldberg to join the list of famous people who have shed light on this mysterious illness. Is she still alive, or is there still danger?


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