When it comes to online trolling, Chhavi Mittal doesn’t mess with anyone. The actress posts screenshots of hate comments and lashes out at them on Instagram. Last year, Chhavi surprised everyone by announcing the news of her breast cancer. However, he is completely healthy and fit now. Earlier this year, he had posted pictures from his vacation. When a user commented – Breast cancer does not have to be cut? While many people supported her, she posted a screenshot of the same and lashed out at the trolls. He wrote- Yes this thing still happens.
Chhavi’s befitting reply on the question of breast cancer
He (Chhavi Mittal) further wrote – I recently posted some pictures/reels of a sea vacation and this comment caught my attention. Here my breast is being discussed like a commodity. May I start by saying that I am a breast cancer survivor and have fought a lot to keep this organ alive and well. While I completely understand the curiosity surrounding this issue, a little sensitivity won’t hurt, don’t you think? This man has even gone so far as to say that celebrities are used to such comments.
Chhavi explained the user very well
And he further said- Well, celebrities are also human beings. They have emotions like normal humans. They get cancer like normal humans. They live or die like normal humans. then no. Don’t make any habit of making such nasty comments about the biggest battle for survival which is a life long battle physically as well as emotionally.
In which cancers do breasts have to be removed?
She said- But to help women understand how BC surgery is… there is lumpectomy (I had it) where they remove just the lump (not the whole breast). Mastectomy is where the entire breast is removed because of the spread of the cancer. It happens in that phase. I also had a surgery done to make the breasts look like before. This was done by cutting a piece of my latissimus dorsi muscle and creating a mini flap. In case of mastectomy, silicone option can be chosen. And no, I didn’t need silicone.
Said this on beautiful body
In the end he wrote – I want to reiterate that surviving cancer has been a life changing experience for me. This is a new life that I am living and it is not the same as before. It’s been 7 months and I still have emotional days where I cry about the trouble that happens everyday through no fault of mine. But I survived it, because it is an honor to own a body that has survived all this and remains beautiful day in and day out.
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