RHONJ Star Dolores Catania Reveals How Teresa Giudice Is Doing
Real Housewives Of New Jersey (RHONJ) updates revealed that Teresa Giudice was hospitalized for an emergency procedure. Naturally, Bravo fans hoped that she would get over whatever the problem was, in a hurry. Additionally, they really hoped she’d be well enough to film for the Reunion. Anyway, thanks to Dolores Catania, fans now got some feedback on how Teresa’s doing.
RHONJ Star Teresa Giudice Is Now Out Of Hospital
When the news emerged that Gia’s mom went into the hospital, she shared how much she loves her mom and hoped she’d soon get better. Meanwhile, her rep said that the emergency had nothing to do with plastic surgery. Naturally, fans felt sorry for the fiery star, and they wondered what she actually suffered from.
RHONJ starts filming the Reunion soon, and Bravo fans suspect that it’s all going to top the drama of the latest season. Of course, that would probably put Teresa front and center of the promised drama. Recall, she didn’t actually throw a table around, but she did throw some glassware at a dinner. But it sounds like she might not be up to too many dramatic performances for the camera, though she’s out of the hospital now.
RHONJ Star Dolores Catania Confirmed What Was Wrong With Teresa
Dolores spoke with E! News this week and revealed that Teresa went under the knife because she suffered from appendicitis. Apparently, Teresa had her appendix removed and was discharged on March 25. However, the surgery is no joke, and she really struggles with the pain.
RHONJ fans heard that Teresa is “not feeling good at all.” Then she added, “She’s in a tremendous amount of pain.” Dolores explained, “Now, it just takes time to heal. But it was emergency surgery so she’s in a lot of pain.”
Is An Appendectomy Always So Painful?
If you ever had an appendectomy, you might feel some empathy for the RHONJ star. Medical News Today revealed that patients always suffer a certain amount of pain after surgery. If the less invasive laparoscopic technique is used, a lot of the pain comes from gas.
Meanwhile more inactive surgery takes time to heal. Usually, the doctors will make sure the patient has medications help to help to control the pain when they are released.
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