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Tiukka ruokavalio ja treeniohjelma veivät huippumalli Romee Strijdin kuukautiset vuosiksi ja diagnoosina oli PCOS. Vasta rennompi elämä auttoi. – Meille tulee vauva, kuvankaunis huippumalli Romee Strijd ilmoittaa Instagram-postauksessaan. Kuvan taakse mahtuu kuitenkin huolta ja murhetta: samaisen postauksen mukaan Victoria’s Secret -mallinakin tutulla Strijdillä todettiin kaksi vuotta sitten PCOS- eli munasarjojen monirakkulaoireyhtymä. Ennen järkyttävää diagnoosia hän oli ollut jo seitsemän vuotta ilman kuukautisia. Äitiys ja perheen perustaminen ovat olleet Strijdin suuria haaveita.
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