Marta Guzmán shared her first photo without hair due to chemotherapy

Marta Guzmán shared this photo on her Instagram account to open up about her hair loss due to chemotherapy (Photo: Instagram/@martapasadita)

After going through its first chemotherapies, Martha Guzman shared his first photo after saying goodbye to her hair two months ago.

Marta Guzmán, in January of this year, revealed that she suffers from breast cancerdisease for which he had to undergo surgery to remove a tumorchemotherapy to keep cancer cells from coming back, and other treatments.

This April 27, through their social networks, the presenter of Today shared a long message about the process he is facing with his illness, mainly how he has coped with the loss of your hair.

As he explained, he did not want to go through the time when he would have to say goodbye to his hair, but when the time came, decided to shave in the company of his childrenwho were the first to offer to help her.

Guzmán confessed that it has been difficult to say goodbye to his hair, but this reminds him of his daily struggle (Photo: Instagram/@martapasadita)
Guzmán confessed that it has been difficult to say goodbye to his hair, but this reminds him of his daily struggle (Photo: Instagram/@martapasadita)

I said goodbye to my hair since last February 15since you see how it fell little by littleI do not deny it, it made me feel sad. I decided to shave when my hair started to fall out, my children asked me to be the ones who would pass me the electric razor, they wanted to know what it felt like and so we did it, as a team”

He continued his message by being forceful about his purpose by sharing this photo without a wig, spreading what his main symptom after undergoing chemotherapies, because not only did he lose his hair, but deal with other ailments who suffers daily, hoping that the cancer disappear of your organism.

“This is how I look without my wig, I’ve gotten used to it and it reminds me that I am going through a healing process and every symptom, skin sores, bruised nails, sensitive white tongue, crying eyes, tiredness, hot flashes, dizziness and all the ailments that you can feel, are passing so that breast cancer never returns again, “he wrote.

Marta underwent surgery to remove her tumor on December 13, 2021 and began her chemotherapies on February 11, 2022 (Photo: Instagram/@martapasadita)
Marta underwent surgery to remove her tumor on December 13, 2021 and began her chemotherapies on February 11, 2022 (Photo: Instagram/@martapasadita)

He revealed that his doctor gave him a choice between two options about his hair; he could try keep it with a treatment that cools the scalpbut that did not guarantee that he would manage to keep his hair, or have his hair done. cancer wig.

Marta decided on the wig and saw how her hair gradually fell out. “When she began to fall, in 3 days I was practically bald so it was hair and to wear a wig”, he confessed.

Having had to go through this process, he now encouraged people to get checkups constant and not stop touching her breasts, because if she had done it, could have prevented this situation.

“Touch yourselves and get your mammograms and ultrasounds done every year. My story would be different if I hadn’t detected #breastcancer in time

In the surgery in which Marta's tumor was removed, it was not very invasive, since she kept her breast (Photo: Instagram/@martapasadita)
In the surgery in which Marta’s tumor was removed, it was not very invasive, since she kept her breast (Photo: Instagram/@martapasadita)

When at the beginning of 2022, Alejandra Guzmán’s cousin revealed that she suffers from breast cancer, it was because she warned that possibly would have to leave on some occasions of the program Gossipbecause the chemotherapies and their health could require it.

He shared that the December 13, 2021 the tumor was removed of the right breast, since it was detected in time; however, she would have to undergo chemotherapy, radiation and hormonal therapy.

In an interview for Whosesaid his cancer it did not mean a risk of lifebut it did seriously affect his life because it is an unexpected diagnosis and it was a psychological and emotional blow.

“Those words they fall like a bucket of cold water, it’s strong… it was cancer, it was the first time I heard it and she told me (Andrea Barbero, oncologist) that I was in a very good time. My case was not life-threatening, but I kept thinking why it’s very psychological, very emotional”, he expressed.

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