Chrishell Stause recently underwent a medical procedure, and she’s opening up about her traumatic experience.
“Selling Sunset” star, 41, posted a picture of herself in a hospital bed on her Instagram story on Wednesday after undergoing minor surgery to remove a large cyst on one of her ovaries.
Chrishell Stause Explains Her Minor Surgery
According to Chrishell Stause, the singer spent Wednesday afternoon in the hospital, where she underwent minor surgery to remove an ovarian cyst that had developed. However, it was only a short time after her surgery that the reality TV star, best known for her role as Natalie in the hit Netflix show “Selling Sunset,” shared an image from her hospital bed.
It was revealed that Stause had been experiencing significant discomfort due to the cyst, which led her to have it removed to alleviate it. “Had minor surgery today and had a large ovarian cyst removed,” she wrote on her Instagram Story about the procedure she underwent today. “Thank you, Dr. Hakakha, for taking such good care of me.”
“Feeling good and being looked after by my 💜,” she continued, about her partner, Australian musician and songwriter G Flip, to who she is married. The singer went on to issue a suggestion to her fans. She suggested they see a physician if they suffer “bad, unexplained cramps.” Stause then said, “Don’t ignore it.”
What Are Ovarian Cysts?
Cysts in the ovaries are fluid-filled sacs that develop in the ovaries due to hormonal changes. This common type of growth grows on your ovaries or interior. Cysts can be classified into several types based on their appearance. In the majority of cases, these types of growths are harmless, do not cause symptoms, and eventually go away on their own.
There is a possibility that cysts can cause complications that require the attention of your healthcare provider in some cases. To prevent problems with cysts from developing in the future, it is a good idea to have routine pelvic exams performed every few years.
It is known that symptomatic ovarian cysts may cause symptoms such as bloating, pressure, or pain near the location of the cyst, and in some cases, can even grow to be the size of a grapefruit or as large as several pounds, depending on the severity of the cyst. It is estimated that 5% to 10% of all women have ovarian cysts removed through surgery, according to the National Institutes of Health.
About Chrishell Stause
It is a well-known fact that Terrina Chrishell Stause is an American actress who gained worldwide fame after appearing in the American television soap opera ‘All My Children’ aired on ABC as Amanda Dillon. Aside from that, she also played the character of Jordan Ridgeway in the daytime soap opera NBC’s Days of Our Lives which is televised on NBC.
Her film debut came when she played the role of ‘Robin’ in Scaring the Fish (2008), for which she was nominated for an Academy Award. Following her graduation from college, she went on to become a very successful television actress, playing some of the most popular characters on television, including Justine Befort in the movie Body of Proof, Julius in the movie Curse of the Crimson Mask, Zoey Miller in the film Youthful Daze, and Bethany Bryant in the movie The Young and the Restless.
Her film career is on a roll as she was recently cast as the heroine in her first lead role in the 2018 thriller movie ‘Eve of Abduction.’ The situation regarding Stause’s health condition has been made public. We pray that as soon as she returns from her surgery, she will be able to get back to normal as quickly as possible.