Maryse Diagnosed With Rare Pre-Cancer, Hysterectomy Set

Former WWE wrestler Maryse has been diagnosed with a rare pre-cancer and with few options, she will undergo a hysterectomy.

Maryse Diagnosed Pre-Cancer Hysterectomy
Source: WWE

Former WWE wrestler Maryse has been diagnosed with a rare pre-cancer and with few options, she will undergo a hysterectomy.

Maryse Diagnosed With Rare Pre-Cancer, Hysterectomy Set

Things have not been going for well for Maryse, who still occasionally wrestles for WWE. Basically, she announced on Instagram how she was diagnosed with a rare pre-cancer that will require surgery.

It sounds like surgery is the only option as this point. A hysterectomy has been scheduled to take place in four weeks.

She had undergone a biopsy on tissue removed from her uterus and ovaries. The results returned as borderline tumors.

“All 11 implants came back as serious borderline tumors,” wrote Maryse, “A very rare pre-cancer of the ovaries.” 

“Very sneaky and aggressive. If those became cancer, the survival rate is less than a year.” 

“There is only one option and it’s winning this battle. As a mom of two young daughters, I have to.” 

Then, Maryse noted how she was dealing with severe abdominal distention and swelling. After several rounds of different antibiotics, she was not feeling any better.

Then, the former WWE Divas Champion had a message for everyone.

“Women get so conditioned to believe that it is normal to suffer, most often in silence,” wrote Maryse. “Told to stop being a crybaby.” 

“If you get dismissed by your doctor, go see a new one until you get the help you need. Advocacy is the key. Advocate for yourself and keep pushing.” 

“Follow your instincts. Never underestimate your gut feelings.”

Maryse was last seen on WWE TV in late 2021 alongside her husband, The Miz. They worked against Edge & Beth Phoenix, with the faces prevailing at the Royal Rumble two years ago.

Maryse Diagnosed Pre-Cancer Hysterectomy
Source: WWE

So, from everyone at RingsideIntel, we wish Maryse nothing but the best of health after being diagnosed with a rare Pre-Cancer and needing, at least, a hysterectomy.

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