“It’s one of the worst things I’ve been through” – Actress, Uche Ogbodo opens up on battle with an incurable disease

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Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo has opened up on her battle with an incurable disease.

The actress took to her Instagram page on Friday, December 16, stating that she is suffering from Urticaria, and it has affected her physically, mentally and psychologically.

The mother of two described the ailment as one of the worst things she has been through in her life.

Sharing a video of herself in the gym, Uche said she stopped exercising in 2021 due to the severe reactions she used to suffer afterwards, but she has decided to resume again so she can achieve her body goals.

The actress wrote,

“It’s been 3 years I’ve had to deal with this Condition, it’s one of the worst things I’ve been through in my life.

I’m not bed ridden physically but Urticaria has Physically, mentally, Psychologically challenged me 😭😭 Even with my Career.

I wake up every day with a Zeal to Live which is why I believe I have Overcome This Demon. I’m not Dying today! That is my Everyday Spirit and I go through my Day like a Warrior Goddess that I am. So after 1 and a half year of not working out due to attacks I get every day and how intense I break out after workouts, and Very Low Energy I have everyday, I’m back in the Gym like I never Left!😁😁😁…

I have 3 Reasons Why !

1. Not Cos I hate my new body, but because I want to contour it at the right places .

2. Because I want to get back to Modelling my Clothes for @bodygangsocietyy effortlessly and feel awesome in it.

3. Cos I wish to Inspire Soo many Men and Women like me who are URTICARIA Sufferers, I want to give you hope!

It’s true This condition has no Cure but you can Beat it better believe 😁.. Will be Sharing my Secrets soonest on how I Survived Soonest.

All my Love ♥️.”

According to report, Urticaria, also known as hives, weals, welts or nettle rash, is a raised, itchy rash that appears on the skin. It may appear on one part of the body or be spread across large areas.