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‘My Five Wives’: Rhonda’s breast cancer scare (Spoiler alert)

Rhonda and Paulie discuss breast cancer on the Sunday night episode
Rhonda and Paulie discuss breast cancer on the Sunday night episode
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The series, “My Five Wives” goes behind the scenes of everyday polygamy lives and gives us a more up close and personal insight into what Brady Williams and his five wives deal with. On April 4, 2014, published an exclusive clip from the show that will air on Sunday night, April 6, on TLC at 9: p.m. CST.

In this very emotional clip, two of the five wives, Rhonda and Paulie, have a conversation about Rhonda’s health. Paulie is concerned because one of the children told her they had went to an “x-ray” appointment with Rhonda. Tearfully, Rhonda admits to Paulie that she has been having some re-occurring issues with her breasts.

Rhonda talks about how she watched her mother succumb to breast cancer and how her worse fears are of putting her own children through that pain and heartache. Paulie hugs her sister wife and tries to ease her worries, while at the same time, you see the worry on Paulie’s face as well.

Rhonda has been hesitant to talk about these issues, but now that Paulie has brought it out into the open, will they tell the other sister wives about Rhonda’s possible health issues? Does Brady know about these recent symptoms that have caused Rhonda to seek medical testing?

In past weeks, Rhonda and Brady have discussed adoption. Will these new medical issues have any impact on their decision to proceed or not? Sunday night’s episode is sure to be emotion packed as Rhonda deals with her emotions concerning this very scary situation. Thankfully, she has a great support team in her sister wives.

Tune in to “My Five Wives” on TLC on Sunday nights at 9: p.m. CST to see how TLC and the Brady Williams family handled this delicate situation. Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of death in women and it is estimated that more than 220,000 woman are diagnosed each year.

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