Lauren Burnham is Feeling ‘Better’ After Mastitis Hospitalization
Is corrected. Lauren Burnham shared a health update via Instagram Story on Friday, July 23, following her recent hospitalization for mastitis.
Bachelor alum, 29, is feeling “much better” after her recent infection. The Shades of Rose designer posted a selfie to her Story from her hospital bed, captioning the photo, “Feeling so much better today. Thank you for all the good wishes. Love you guys!”
In the photo, Burnham appears to have an ice pack tucked into his shirt, she explained in the post. “For those of you confused by this photo, lol…. Hospitalized for antibiotic-resistant mastitis.”
Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast tissue that can lead to infection Mayo Clinic. The inflammation – which often affects women who are breastfeeding – often causes breast tenderness, swelling, heat, redness, fever or chills.
Burnham is was first hospitalized on Thursday, July 22. after her husband, Arie Luyendyk Jr., explains her struggle with mastitis via his Instagram Story.
“Not good, mastitis gets worse with antibiotics,” the 39-year-old former race car driver wrote at the time. “Hate this because of her.” In the second post, Luyendyk shows his wife getting blood drawn with the caption, “IV, antibiotics and scan to look for any abscesses. She’s been through a lot this week. “
Old Bachelor revealed his wife was “struggling with mastitis”, breast tissue infection, on Tuesday, July 20.
“It’s been really difficult the past few days. Lauren is struggling with mastitis,” he captioned an Instagram Story selfie at the time. “I stayed up all weekend with the babies. Survive here haha. “
News of Burnham’s condition came a month later she welcomes the pair’s twins, Senna and Lux, in June 2021. Virginia native – also has a 2-year-old daughter Alessi with Luyendyk – said before Our weekly she is worried about feeding two babies at the same time.
“I’m really not sure how it will turn out,” she said exclusively We in the May. “I’ve heard twins are particularly difficult because you don’t get as much sleep as with newborns. One person will wake up and want to eat, and then they will wake up the other and they will want to eat at the same time. I just see that going downhill is very quick.”
Earlier, YouTube personalities revealed that Burnham had a “hard” time nursing Alessi.
“No one told me that if you’re a first-time mom, sometimes your milk doesn’t come right in,” she said exclusively We in 2019. “So I had to supplement her with formula, and I was really upset about it. I didn’t give it up, and I went to a lactation specialist when I was dealing with painful stress issues. She helped teach my baby how to latch on properly and after that, everything was great.”
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