After being diagnosed with autoimmune disease last year and receiving treatment in Singapore earlier this month, Kris Aquino and her son Bimby finally returned to Manila to recuperate. Aside from dealing with major health issues, Kris is also battling a legal war with her former business partner who has become more vocal while doing media interviews lately.
In her post made at the Changi airport before their return flight to Manila, Kris shared how she plans to approach the near future with a more positive attitude and stronger health. “What I have has no cure, but I can fight to become stronger for the people I love & the people who matter,” she said.
9 out of 10 people with an autoimmune disease is a woman. I am not a doctor, hindi rin po ako expert- but I have been diagnosed with several. If you google, ‘the early symptoms of many autoimmune diseases are very similar such as: fatigue, achy muscles etc...’ (source healthline.com) Posted this for awareness regardless of possible bashing kasi at this point, care ko. It was a 25 to 30 minute walk from the check in counter to our Terminal 2 Gate. There are days kakayanin but I just underwent several surgical procedures and I need to build up my stamina. Ayoko nang magalit at mag self pity. Lalaban ako, to improve my outlook and my quality of life.
What I have has no cure, but I can fight to become stronger for the people I love & the people who matter.
Flying home. Thank you @singaporeair for the kind assistance and Adam for being compassionate. God bless you all. #laban”