In a spine-tingling episode of “The View,” Whoopi Goldberg bared her harrowing journey with endometriosis, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats. She passionately questioned why women suffer for years before a diagnosis, venting her frustration at the healthcare system. Goldberg, 67, recounted her own terrifying experience—initially misdiagnosed with a UTI, she neglected the symptoms until an alarming turn.
“I didn’t know what was going on,” Goldberg revealed, her voice trembling. “Suddenly, there was a smell, and it looked like cottage cheese.” But the shocking twist came when she said, “I was lucky enough to get to somebody who said, ‘This is called endometriosis.’” Is Whoopi Goldberg’s revelation a cryptic cry for help? The mystery deepens as she questions the medical education system.
Endometriosis affects millions, yet diagnosis takes an agonizing 6-10 years. Join the suspense as Goldberg joins the list of celebrities shedding light on this enigmatic affliction. Is she a survivor, or does danger still lurk?