to connectVideoWendy Williams, tells her TV audience, she is seeking treatment for addiction
TV host Wendy Williams told her to show the audience that she has been living in a sober house and is looking for treatment for addiction.
Wendy Williams puts her health first.
The daytime talk show host, 54, announced last week that she was diagnosed with a lymphoedema, which causes swelling in the arms and legs, and, saying that they bought an at-home machine to be able to to help relieve your symptoms. On Monday, Williams has shared a picture of herself in the huge, leg sleeves, as they received their daily treatment.
“Just This, with lymphedema of the machine. 45 minutes each and every day. #lymphedema #flexitouch #gethelp,” Williams ‘ team is the caption of the photo.
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Williams’ struggle with lymphedema, it is not only a public health battle. Williams was diagnosed with Graves ‘ disease about 20 years ago, but it was “creeping back” in 2018, when she was in the air during her show.
Williams said in a video message posted on Graves ‘ Disease & Thyroid Foundation, By 2018, Patients, and Families Conference, and that the disease is under control, until she sensed the change in her body.
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“I have had the radioactive iodine to [drugs], it’s taking my birth control pills one day, minding my own business.” But, she said, “and Then in the fall, or perhaps in July of last year, I started to get a weird feeling in the head, but I’m thinking, ‘OK, OK, so maybe this is a casualty of menopause, whether it is ramping up for season nine of ‘The Show.’ So, it wasn’t until I was on my show [in October] that … anyway, life has been completely changed.”
It turned out that she was on the wrong dose. Williams also told the conference that her illness had forced her to keep her stilettos because her illness makes her feel off-balance.
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In January of 2019 at the latest, Williams was admitted to the hospital for treatment of her Graves ‘ disease, and had to delay her show back from the holiday hiatus.
This article was originally published on Page Six.