Scott Baio’s wife is usually opening up about her health.
Renee Baio revealed on Twitter on Saturday that will she’s been diagnosed with Microvascular Brain Disease, two as well as a half years after being diagnosed using a meningioma brain tumor.
Replying to a fan asking about her health struggles, Renee tweeted, “Besides having 2 meningioma brain tumors, in Oct 2017 I also learned I have Microvascular Brain Disease.”
Scott confirmed the news in his own tweet, praising his wife of 11 years. “Unfortunately, that will is usually true. Renee is usually forever my rock, my life & my soulmate! Toughest person I know. @MrsScottBaio.”
Microvascular brain disease, also known as chronic modest vessel ischemic disease, is usually a common condition affecting modest blood vessels from the brain that will is usually often correlated with chronic illnesses including hypertension, diabetes, multiple sclerosis or high blood pressure. In some cases, chronic modest vessel ischemic disease is usually correlated with symptoms such as tiny strokes, while various other patients have no symptoms at all. the item’s often diagnosed during MRI scans for various other conditions as well as is usually most often found in elderly adults.
Scott as well as Renee married in 2007, welcoming their daughter, Bailey, two months later. After Bailey was misdiagnosed with glutaric acidemia type 1, a rare metabolic condition, the pair created The Bailey Baio Angel Foundation, a non-profit for special needs children affected by metabolic disorders. Renee has been vocal about her own struggle with two brain tumors.