Wendy Williams Taking 3 Weeks Off Due To Graves' Disease

Brunilde Fioravanti
Febbraio 21, 2018

Wendy Williams revealed she is suffering from Graves' disease on her show Wednesday morning.

The daytime talk show host broke the news Wednesday on The Wendy Williams Show.

"My doctor has prescribed, are you ready?" But an excess of those hormones, the Mayo Clinic says, can cause a person to have heart palpitations and tremors, rendering them anxious, irritable and shaky.

"My thyroid, my hyper thyroid is attached to graves' disease, graves' disease squeezes the muscles behind your eyeballs", Williams shared.

On Halloween of past year, the host actually passed out during the broadcast and needed no more than the commercial break to recover and continue her show.

Those aren't the only symptoms Williams has experienced. Among other symptoms are: irritability, anxiety, weight loss, difficulty swallowing, moist hands and feeling "like birds are swimming around my head". "It's like I'm constantly high - but I'm not high!" "Three weeks of vacation", she told her audience. While she wants to follow her doctor's orders, Williams said she will be back in two weeks because she has bills to pay. "What? Who are you?"

This isn't the first time Williams has had to address her health. Wendy has also suffered from thyroid issues that existed prior to her Graves' disease diagnosis. "Who are you?' I was pissed". "I come from working class".

Williams also addressed speculation that something was wrong after she appeared to have twitchy eyes on-air in a previous broadcast. "I had to be talked out of going to work today and taking off a few days to get myself together", she explained in a home video on Instagram, while hydrating with fluids.

In October, Williams collapsed during a live taping of "The Wendy Williams Show".

At the end of her update, Williams encouraged women to take care of themselves and to stop putting men first.

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