Amy Schumer revealed that her uterus and appendix had been removed because her body had taken the toll of endometriosis.
The “I Feel Pretty” star shared a video filmed by her husband Chris Fisher on Saturday showing her recovering from a hospital bed during the details of her surgery.
“So, it’s been morning since my endometriosis surgery and my uterus is out,” he told the camera. “The doctor found 30 spots of endometriosis that he removed. He removed my appendix because endometriosis attacked it.
“I had a lot of blood in my uterus and I know you’re in pain and I have some gas pain,” Schumer added.
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Schumer, 40, shared a mirror selfie of herself in her hospital gown.
“If you have a really painful period, you could have #endometriosis,” he captioned the post.
The former “Inside Amy Schumer” star posted a selfie on her Instagram story to thank her doctors.
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“Peace from Endometriosis! Thanks to Dr. Se Sekin and Dr. Brill,” he wrote above the photo.
Schumer’s friends, including model Olivia Culpo, who has dealt with endometriosis complications, have commented to share their support.
Kulpo commented with three heart emojis.
“Thank you so much for sharing your endo story. More than 200 million women worldwide are suffering from it. Hope you feel better soon!”
“Oh my goodness, 30?” Wrote Debra Messing.
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The “Trenwirek” star made it clear how her endometriosis affected her fertility. In August 2020, Schumacher decided she could no longer conceive – after welcoming her two-year-old son, Jin.
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“We did IVF and IVF was really hard for me,” he said. “I don’t think I’ll ever be able to do IVF again.
“I decided I could never get pregnant again,” she said. “We thought about a surrogate, but I think we’re going to stop right now.”