“I lost my job because of my illness”
Ezio Greggio’s girlfriend: “I lost my job because of my illness”, the painful confession of Romina Pierdomenico.
Ezio Greggio’s girlfriend: “I lost my job because of my illness”, the painful confession of Romina Pierdomenico. (Source Instagram)
Much has been said about her due to the considerable difference in age with her partner, Ezio Greggio. Not everyone knows, however, the painful background on the disease of Romina Pierdomenico. An inflammatory disease that has caused her many problems, even preventing her from working.
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Pierdomenico talked about it several months ago at Ok Salute magazine, where she told the details of this pathology and the hardships experienced as a result of it.
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Romina Pierdomenico, Ezio Greggio’s girlfriend: “I lost my job because of my illness”
A painful disease, hardly compatible with her work as a model and showgirl. Let’s talk about the guttate psoriasis, pathology from which it is affected Romina Pierdomenico, the partner of Ezio Greggio. It was she at Ok Salute who spoke about the problem. The showgirl said she turned to several doctors, who had never identified the real disease, before receiving the correct diagnosis three years ago. A diagnosis that negatively affected her modeling career: “I found myself out of a job and long healing times they prevented me from scheduling any interview“, Explains Pierdomenico, who for this reason has experienced moments of great despair.
After the right diagnosis and the discovery of the right cure, Romina resumed her life, trying to eliminate all the bad habits that could favor the characteristic spots of psoriasis and keeping away stress and bad thoughts. The meditation and yoga.
On why he never talked about his problem on social media he said: “Because it was painful and difficult to explain what was happening to me, no one probably would have understood me.”