What kind of disease is this? The body becomes like kneaded flour, where you press, there is a pit, Olympian Lawrence was a victim of this deadly disease. What kind of disease is this? The body becomes like kneaded flour, where you press, there is a pit, Olympian Lawrence was a victim of this deadly disease.

What kind of disease is this? The body becomes like kneaded flour, where you press, there is a pit, Olympian Lawrence was a victim of this deadly disease.

What kind of disease is this? The body becomes like kneaded flour, where you press, there is a pit, Olympian Lawrence was a victim of this deadly disease. Sharing the video, Mr. Okoe wrote in the caption, "Warning! Don't look if you're timid" Okoe claimed that the infection started after his leg was broken.  According to a report in Fox News, British Olympian and former American football defensive tackle Lawrence Okoe has fallen victim to a rare disease. In December, he shared a video on his Instagram in which he is seen pressing the front of his foot six times with his thumb. Even after the pressure was released, his skin had a thumb impression, as if a dough had been pressed.  Sharing the video, Mr. Okoe wrote in the caption, "Warning! Don't look if you're timid..."  According to a report in the New York Post, the player said on TikTok that "it feels like I am made of playdoff".  The athlete later revealed in another TikTok video that he has suffered from a skin-related disease called cellulitis. Okoe claimed that the infection started after his leg was broken.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Cellulitis is a common bacterial skin infection that causes redness, swelling, and pain in an infected area of the skin." If not treated at the right time, the infection can spread to a deep layer of facial lining, tissue. In addition, cellulitis can result in shock, amputation, and even death.  Cellulitis is often referred to as the 'silent killer'. Mr. Okoe said in the TikTok video, "People believe that I have many other diseases. "Many people were trying to tell me that I have heart disease or liver disease, kidney disease, cancer and diabetes, but obviously that is not the case. I had an infection called cellulitis. It's basically bacteria that gets into your system from an open wound," he added, adding, "The crazy holes that were in my leg don't exist anymore."


Sharing the video, Mr. Okoe wrote in the caption, "Warning! Don't look if you're timid" Okoe claimed that the infection started after his leg was broken.

According to a report in Fox News, British Olympian and former American football defensive tackle Lawrence Okoe has fallen victim to a rare disease. In December, he shared a video on his Instagram in which he is seen pressing the front of his foot six times with his thumb. Even after the pressure was released, his skin had a thumb impression, as if a dough had been pressed.

Sharing the video, Mr. Okoe wrote in the caption, "Warning! Don't look if you're timid..."

According to a report in the New York Post, the player said on TikTok that "it feels like I am made of playdoff".

The athlete later revealed in another TikTok video that he has suffered from a skin-related disease called cellulitis. Okoe claimed that the infection started after his leg was broken.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Cellulitis is a common bacterial skin infection that causes redness, swelling, and pain in an infected area of the skin." If not treated at the right time, the infection can spread to a deep layer of facial lining, tissue. In addition, cellulitis can result in shock, amputation, and even death.

Cellulitis is often referred to as the 'silent killer'. Mr. Okoe said in the TikTok video, "People believe that I have many other diseases. "Many people were trying to tell me that I have heart disease or liver disease, kidney disease, cancer and diabetes, but obviously that is not the case. I had an infection called cellulitis. It's basically bacteria that gets into your system from an open wound," he added, adding, "The crazy holes that were in my leg don't exist anymore."

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