‘I Do Not Have Cancer’

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Kelly Stafford clarified that she shouldn’t be battling most cancers — and expressed frustration over false tales — as she retains followers updated on her current well being scare.

“There’s a bunch [of stories] circulating proper now and need to reiterate that I DO NOT HAVE CANCER,” Stafford, 34, wrote by way of Instagram on Monday, July 24. “If journalists truly took time to test info today, they’d know this.”

Kelly, who’s married to Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford, added: “I’m infuriated. Most the time I wouldn’t care what folks wrote as a result of it didn’t matter. THIS MATTERS.”

Kelly additional defined that incorrect tales about her preventing most cancers “takes away from the people who find themselves preventing this horrible illness … preventing to reside one other day, preventing to be there with those they love, preventing 24/7. So PLEASE ship your prayers to them.”

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She concluded: “I’ll reiterate it once more, I don’t have most cancers and I’ve by no means had most cancers. I’m so sorry once more for those who’re preventing. 🙏 And to you so known as journalists on the market, be higher. And cease utilizing me as click on bait as a result of nfl camp is beginning again 🙄.”

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Kelly — who shares twins Sawyer and Chandler, 7, and daughters Hunter, 5, and Tyler, 3, with Matthew, 35 — additionally slammed a headline that learn, “Matthew Stafford’s Spouse Kelly Thinks She Would possibly Have Most cancers Once more.”

She identified by way of her Instagram story on Monday that “a part of the rationale I don’t wanna share my life [is] folks take it and use it as click on bait. I stated I didn’t have most cancers, however I used to be afraid of the likelihood contemplating what I’ve been feeling … however REITERATED IT SEVERAL TIMES that it was dominated out.”

Kelly, who reiterated that she has “by no means had most cancers earlier than,” addressed the deceptive tales one week after she spoke out about her current well being scare on her “The Morning After” podcast.

“I missed final week as a result of I’ve been very sick. I don’t need to scare folks,” Kelly advised her listeners on Tuesday, July 18. “I’ve been breaking by way of my contraception each two weeks. I’ve had heavy, heavy intervals.”

She confessed on the time that when her OB-GYN known as and advised her they discovered “issues” on her thyroid scan, it “scared the s—t out of me.”

Kelly — who was identified in 2019 with a benign mind tumor, which was later efficiently eliminated — defined on the podcast that after not feeling “nice” for days she thought, “I’ve f—king most cancers.” Though she additionally entertained the thought it was all in her head, her signs obtained worse and he or she ended up within the hospital for “a number of ache in my abdomen and in my again.”

Kelly advised her listeners on Tuesday that medical doctors dominated out most cancers throughout that hospital go to and advised her she was coping with a abdomen bug. “There’s no most cancers,” she stated. “That was my largest worry.”

Whereas Kelly confirmed she was cancer-free throughout the podcast, she revealed her abdomen points had not subsided. As an alternative, she defined after her abdomen “appeared like I used to be eight months pregnant,” she sought recommendation from a gastroenterologist.

“Now it’s sort of the ready sport,” Kelly stated on Tuesday, including that she’s been doing extra assessments for her intestines and intestine. “I simply want we may determine it out.”