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Entertainment Wendy Williams reveals her life 'has completely changed' since her Graves' disease worsened

20:37  28 june  2018
20:37  28 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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And now Wendy Williams has revealed that since her Graves ' disease started taking a bigger toll on her beginning last year, her life ' has completely changed .' 'Back in the fall or maybe around July of last year, I started feeling weird in the head,' in a video message Graves ’ Disease & Thyroid

And now Wendy Williams has revealed that since her Graves ' disease started taking a bigger toll on her beginning last year, her life ' has completely changed .' 'Back in the fall or maybe around July of last year, I started feeling weird in the head,' in a video message Graves ’ Disease & Thyroid

She collapsed on camera during a taping of her TV talk show last October and in February took three weeks off work on doctor's orders.

And now Wendy Williams has revealed that since her Graves' disease started taking a bigger toll on her beginning last year, her life 'has completely changed.'

'Back in the fall or maybe around July of last year, I started feeling weird in the head,' in a video message Graves’ Disease & Thyroid Foundation 2018 Patients and Family Conference, according to PageSix.com Wednesday.

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And now Wendy Williams has revealed that since her Graves ’ disease started taking a bigger toll on her beginning last year, her life ‘ has completely Anyway, life has completely changed ,’ she said. The 53-year-old was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid 19 years ago

Wendy Williams spoke about how much her life had changed when she realized that the medical condition she had been managing for several years was rearing its ugly She made the revelation in a video message at the Graves ’ Disease & Thyroid Foundation 2018 Patients and Family Conference.

'But I’m thinking, ‘OK, this is maybe a casualty of menopause or we were ramping up for season nine of the Wendy Show.' So, it wasn’t until I passed out on my own show that … Anyway, life has completely changed,' she said.

Wendy Williams holding a sign: Health issues: Wendy Williams, 53, has revealed that since her Graves' disease started taking a bigger toll on her beginning last year, her life 'has completely changed'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Health issues: Wendy Williams, 53, has revealed that since her Graves' disease started taking a bigger toll on her beginning last year, her life 'has completely changed'

The 53-year-old was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid 19 years ago and she had been controlling it with medication.

However, she said in the video, she had been on the wrong dosage and that caused her new round of problems. Thyroid condition: Williams collapsed on camera during a taping of her TV talk show last October, pictured, and in February took three weeks off work on doctor's orders© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Thyroid condition: Williams collapsed on camera during a taping of her TV talk show last October, pictured, and in February took three weeks off work on doctor's orders

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Wendy Williams revealed that her life has ‘ completely changed ’ since her Graves ’ disease began ‘creeping back,’ and the biggest casualty? She had to ditch her trademark heels! At least we’ll always have the “Shoe Cam” on the Wendy Williams Show. Wendy Williams , 53, opened up about “how

Williams has Graves disease , a condition that causes the immune system to attack the thyroid. Named after Robert Graves , (the first physician to describe this type of hyperthyroidism), this disease can also have a devastating impact on the eyes, which Williams alluded to in her reveal .

'The doctors tell me it’s going to take at least six months — maybe a year — to level off my medication, which is why I always wear flats. I’m not wearing heels and falling and tripping,” she said, adding that the illness sometimes makes her off balance.

The Wendy Williams Show launched in 2008 and now airs in 52 countries.

Wendy Williams sitting in a chair talking on a cell phone: Doctor's orders: The talk show host was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid 19 years ago and had been controlling it with medication. However, she said in the video, she had been on the wrong dosage and that caused her new round of problems© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Doctor's orders: The talk show host was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid 19 years ago and had been controlling it with medication. However, she said in the video, she had been on the wrong dosage and that caused her new round of problems

Graves’ disease causes the thyroid gland to be overactive and is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism in the United States, according to the American Thyroid Association.

It is seven to eight times more common in women than men and there are more than three million new cases each year.

The condition cannot be cured but can be successfully managed with medication.

a person standing in front of a store: TV success: The Wendy Williams Show launched in 2008 and now airs in 52 countries. The host is pictured on set in 2011© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited TV success: The Wendy Williams Show launched in 2008 and now airs in 52 countries. The host is pictured on set in 2011

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