It seems that the weight is just right after its good.
Hector Hernandez said he was always "a great man," that he did not feel a problem until a few years ago, when his arm and legs were smaller, while his stomach was bigger.
The 47-year-old Downey, California, said he began to start with silver and perversion and to endure that once he found his aik.
At 136 kilograms he had begun to start strangers, and wounded wounded about his "beer belly", although he said he rarely ate some drinks.
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When he called the problem first for a doctor, he said, the doctor broke off, told him some weight just like others.
"I think I'm fat," said Hernandez in a telephone interview The Washington Post.
But Hernandez said his stomach felt the whole "heavy" and "hard" feeling, so he got a second opinion.
Ultimately, he was diagnosed with a retroperitoneal liposarcoma, a rare but caustic tumor that forms in fat cells, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Doctors do not know how to grow the tumor. Or why.
But it knew 35kg, according to his surgeon.
Hernandez said he did not know how to feel the tumor or the surgery needed to remove it.
First, he said he was "shocked" and "wounded," but also learned that he finally knew something wrong.
"I had many support and prayers of family and friends," he said, that they had funds to help with his reminder. "I have left it in the hands of God."
Hernandez's surveillance, William Tseng, an oncooloquin and assistant professor at the Keck School of Medicine in the University of South California, said liposarcomas has developed many years and can grow to massive measures, although not further break or big trouble.
Tseng, specializing in surgery, said he has gone into his career for decades since his career, typically between nine and 14kg.
"This is probably the biggest I've got," he said The post.
In the summer of & # 39; In summer, Tseng refused the tumor, he said that the whole blood vessels of Hernandez and most of the organs had tried, but he had to have a nail that had had a lot of damage.
Tseng said that bleeding is the greatest risk associated with surgery and patients can die on the work table, but there are no complications in & # 39; the case of Hernandez.
The surgeon said that Hernandez is not needed to improve or radiate, but liposarcomas often come back, Hernandez has to periodically have success in order to control the situation.
"I was really happy," said Hernandez.
Now, Hernandez said he felt "completely different" – more energy and much, many pounds lighter.