Some people forget that celebrities are also human beings who go through some life-threatening situations and fight to stay alive for themselves and the people that they love. However, it is happening and has happened in the famous world, and some stars are still living in the shadows of their major health scare.
It’s easier to assume that famous people have it easy because they have the money to pay for any health problem, but that is not always the case. Some celebrities simply need love and affection to be able to overcome the difficult places that they find themselves. Usually, it’s in the hospital.
Over the years, a significant number of stars have undergone major surgeries to either correct a defect in or on their bodies or save their lives. From surgeries for certain infections to organ transplants, hip replacements and so on, many celebrities have been faced with one of the hardest moments in their life. And for most of them, it did not matter at that time if they had all the money they needed, all they wanted was love and affection.
Amy Schumer revealed in April 2018, that she had been diagnosed with a type of kidney infection, so she had to remain in the hospital for a while.
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Via Instagram, the she shared with her fans that for the past five days, she had been in the hospital trying to recover from the infection. Luckily for her, everything went smoothly the way it should have, and the American stand-up comedian free from the infection.
She also used the opportunity to acknowledge and thank the surgical ad nurse staff who saw to it that she got better through their incredible skills. She also appreciated her husband, Chris Fischer for being by her side through one of the worst moments of her life.
In Wentworth Miller‘s case, he did not undergo any form of surgery, but the American actor, was shockingly diagnosed with Autism at age 49. He made this announcement a few days ago via his Instagram page, and even updated his Twitter bio saying he is autistic.
When fan heard about the diagnosis, they were perplexed, but immediately started showing support for the “Prison Break” actor online.
Miller explained in his Instagram post that during the pandemic, a lot of mishaps happened, however, it was also during this time that he found out new things about himself that he is grateful for.
“… This fall marks 1 year since I received my informal autism diagnosis,” he wrote. The actor also acknowledged that he was shocked at his diagnosis, but was not surprised.
“Orange is the New Black” actress, Ruby Rose is shockingly on this list of stars who went through life-threatening surgeries in the past few years.
She disclosed July 2021 that she was rushed back to the hospital after she developed complications from a serious surgery that she did not want disclosed. However, things went from bad to worse when the hospital staff could not fit her into their schedule due to the backlog of COVID-19 cases in the hospital.
She went on to say that it took hours before they could find a hospital that would take and treat her immediately. It’s almost impossible to know how the actress felt like in those moments that she was waiting and hanging on to every breath she could take, but she survived.
In the end, the surgery was done successfully, and she is now recovering well.
Mark Hoppus, a member of the Blink-182 band, revealed that he was diagnosed with blood cancer via a Twitch livestream in July 2021, and fans were devastated.
“My classification is diffuse large B-cell lymphoma Stage 4-A, which means, as I understand it, it’s entered four different parts of my body. I don’t know how exactly they determine the four-part of it, but it’s entered enough parts of my body that I’m stage 4, which I think is the highest that it goes. So, I’m stage 4-A,” he said on the livestream.
In June 2021, he explained that he had been undergoing chemotherapy for over three months, and admitted that it was a scary experience for him. However, he felt confident because his team of doctors are incredible people who are doing the best they can, to help him survive.
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In June 2021, the actress opened up about getting diagnosed with diabetes, although she did not reveal the type, she knew exactly how it happened.
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In her statement on “HypochondriActor Podcast,” Brown explained that while she was filming her sitcom titled “Community,” she ate a lot of sweet things, especially donuts.
She went on to say that during season one of the sitcom, she was first given a pre-diabetes diagnosis, but by season three, it had become real, and she had to constantly take her medication to avoid complications. Although the actress believes that she caused her health problem, Dr Priyanka Wali explained to her that she does not believe that people can cause their diabetic diagnosis.