‘RHOA’ Drew Sidora reveals health condition adenomyosis

Drew Sidora was hurt by Kenya Moore’s recent “tummy tuck” diss, revealing to Page Six that she is dealing with a uterine condition that can affect her appearance.

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” newbie told us that she might need a hysterectomy after being diagnosed in 2020 with adenomyosis, which occurs when the tissue that lines the uterus grows into its walls.

“What I’m dealing with as a woman, as a mother … this is serious for me,” said the 35-year-old mom of three.

On Sunday night, Moore tweeted a photo of Sidora and sniped that she “needs to pay for a tummy tuck” — after Sidora took aim at Moore’s body on Sunday night’s episode of “RHOA” when Moore refused to join a “booty bounce” contest with the other ladies.

“What’s the problem? Girl, you paid for that booty, bounce it,” Sidora told the cameras.

Moore, 50, has previously denied getting work done on her rear end — though it’s been a plot line on the show.

Sidora told us that she stands behind her comments about Moore.

“It’s one thing to talk about what we go through as woman versus someone who’s unnatural and gets butt shots,” the actress said.

Regarding the photo Moore shared, Sidora said that in addition to dealing with her condition, she “was in the house gaining a nice amount of quarantine weight” following three Achilles tendon surgeries and “it wasn’t a good day for me.”

“It’s been tough,” she admitted.

As for the next steps with her health, Sidora said she is getting a second opinion from Dr. Jackie Walters, of “Married to Medicine” fame, after one doctor told her that she would need a hysterectomy.

According to the Mayo Clinic, symptoms of adenomyosis can be painful and include severe cramping or “sharp, knifelike pelvic pain during menstruation,” heavy bleeding and painful intercourse.

“I want to be careful before I have another surgery,” Sidora said of meeting with Dr. Jackie.

Janelle B. Smith

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