For the first time in almost two months, Jenna Jameson posted on social media to declare that she is “healing” from her unidentified sickness.
Jenna Jameson’s “Mysterious” Illness
The 48-year-old former adult film star has been battling a condition that led doctors to mistakenly diagnose her with the rare autoimmune disorder Guillain-Barré syndrome back in January when muscle atrophy in her legs rendered her wheelchair-dependent.
The Hawaii-based model had been being open with her Instagram and Twitter followers about her ongoing health difficulties. Her last post was published on September 1, but during the past few weeks, she has been silent without explanation.
Jameson returned to Instagram on Tuesday to share the news that she was undergoing treatment for her as-yet-unannounced sickness in response to fan concerns.
The former Playboy model uploaded a close-up shot of herself and captioned it, “Healing. Back on the mainland for treatment. Love you, guys.”
Jameson disclosed that she had COVID-19 on August 25. She denied having HIV two weeks prior after being questioned by a Twitter follower.
Jameson posted a picture of the intravenous line she had in her arm on Twitter while undergoing chelation therapy, which she claimed was done to get the metals out of her blood.
She explained to one of her followers that the metals from the MRI scan she had while ill had collected in her blood, adding that “the contrast into me poisoned me.” When Jameson, 48, initially lost her ability to walk in January, doctors had diagnosed her with Guillain-Barré syndrome; however, after an array of testing, they eventually ruled out the condition. Finally, in February, she was released from the hospital after just under two months.
Jameson added that she had begun taking supplements after learning that her thiamine levels were “extremely low.”
“I still have more testing to do but it seems there’s something off with my femoral nerve, and it’s affecting my strength in my legs,” she said at the time. “So I am still in a wheelchair, unfortunately, but I hope to be out of the wheelchair soon and walking, so say a little prayer”, she concluded.
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