Now that she's shot down pregnancy rumors, "RHOA" star Cynthia Bailey is opening up about her ongoing medical condition and what she'll be sharing with "RHOA" viewers in the future. Get the deets inside....
While serving as one of Nene Leakes fabulous bridesmaids (in a $20,000 Pnina Tornai dress), many fans commented on Cynthia Bailey's recent change in appearance, leaving some to speculate that she might be pregnant. But in addition to shooting down rumors on Twitter, she did a recent interview with Radar Online saying, "I am not pregnant. Hallelujah. I’m not pregnant!”.
The Carry-On Baggage: Our Nonstop Flight author went on to reveal more about her mystery medical condition (which she can't completely reveal until it airs) what "RHOA" fans will learn about it in the future. Here are the highlights:
On her recent weight gain:
“I can say a whole lot about it …But I am dealing with a medical situation. I will be having a surgery and rectifying the [situation]. That will play out on the show.”
On why she's revealing her medical situation to viewers:
As part of the journey I am going through with that, I decided I did wanted to share it with the world because I felt like there is a lot of education in this process that I am going to be going through. I decided to take you guys on this journey with me because I really didn’t know a lot about it. And then once you find out something, people aren’t always diligent about getting to the doctor and really figuring out what I need to do or just being overall healthy people in general.”
On how the medical situation changed her life:
It has really just changed my life and how I look at my health. I’m in my forties. I really have to take care of myself. I have to make sure I make those yearly visits to the doctor and just get checked out. I’m so busy that time just goes and I’m like, ‘Oh my god. I haven’t gone.’ But it’s super important.
The more information I got about it once I did go to the doctor and really saw the rewards, how good I was going to feel from dealing with it, and how many women actually deal with this condition, I felt it just would be powerful to relay that information out there. Over three or four million people watch our show. And even they love the drama, but I think it’s great when they can actually get some education out of it as well.”
We're not sure what we will be learning about Cynthia Bailey and her medical mystery, but we wish her the best and we'll be watching.....
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