American Pickers Danielle Colby Reveals NSFW Photo Amid ‘Incredibly Painful’ Medical Condition

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AMERICAN Pickers star Danielle Colby has posted a revealing photo as she was due to undergo surgery due to her diagnosis of uterine fibrosis.

The star posted a nude photo of herself lying in the ocean water as she gazed sultry at the camera.

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American Pickers star Danielle Colby posted a revealing new photo on InstagramCredit: Instagram
Days before, Danielle shocked fans when she revealed she had to undergo painful surgery

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Days before, Danielle shocked fans when she revealed she had to undergo painful surgeryCredit: Instagram/ Danielle Colby

Danielle posted the outrageous photo to her Instagram and captioned it, “I remember the warm sun on my skin.”

However, the 46-year-old American Pickers star has refrained from giving his fans any updates on his surgery and his condition.

Fans begged the star for an update in her comments.

One posted: “Hope you’re feeling better. Send prayers your way.”

American Pickers' Danielle Colby gets surprise visit before hospital procedure
American Pickers' Danielle Colby reveals health condition

Another said: ‘I wish you all the best and sincerely hope the operation is successful.

Danielle has been open about her journey with uterine fibrosis, a non-cancerous growth in the womb.

SURPRISE VISIT

Two days ago, Danielle revealed her struggles both on Instagram and in a lengthy blog-style post.

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Before having surgery, she shared that her two sisters came to visit her in the hospital.

Danielle wrote on her Patreon: “My sisters, Tara (left) [and] Annie (right) have their birthdays so close that we normally celebrate them together. It’s a trip to celebrate the holidays because none of us grew up doing it.”

She continued: “We never do it exactly right. [or] as per plan but I hear that’s probably normal for holidays, right?

“It’s been a long time coming. We just don’t get together enough, so today was special.”

Danielle continued, “I wanted to spend time as a threesome again before surgery in a few days. After I’m better, we’ll start again with whiskey.”

The post comes just days after the History Channel star revealed his diagnosis.

“INCREDIBLY PAINFUL”

Late last week, Danielle confirmed her surgery and opened up about the “incredibly painful” condition on Instagram and Patreon after telling fans she was bedridden.

Danielle took to Instagram to share a photo of herself in the hospital sitting in a chair hooked up to a machine.

She appeared in good spirits, even though her face was partially covered by a surgical mask.

She held up a coffee as she sat down for a treatment, which she didn’t discuss in her post.

In her caption, she wrote: “I have a lot of feelings right now, but my most widespread and overwhelming feeling is gratitude.
If you want to know more about my health journey, you can read my very long article on Patreon. There’s too much to start trying to explain everything in the limited space allowed here.”

On Patreon, she posted a lengthy blog-like post in which she revealed she was going to have surgery.

“First of all, I want to say how happy I am that my daughter Memphis and her partner Oliver, their two dogs, their two cats have all returned safely to Illinois. She lives near me, my son is close and the hospital where I am going to have my surgery is also very close and there is a very good noodle shop ten minutes away so I have found my own little piece of heaven here in Illinois, for me rest and recuperate for the next four months or so,” Danielle shared.

She went on to detail her diagnosis and what led to it.

Danielle posted: “About four months ago I shared with Mike’s girlfriend Tish that I was having a terrible time on set dealing with my menstrual cycles. It seemed like I was still bleeding it was still in excruciating pain, I felt like I was being held back from many opportunities because I couldn’t figure out how to control the amount of pain I was living with.

“She talked to me for a while about the importance of going to the gynecologist and making sure everything was okay. So about three months ago I was finally able to find a gynecologist, make an appointment you, to pass several examinations and to understand more of what was going on in my body.

“I am extremely grateful for this conversation with Tish because I found out I have uterine fibroids.”

DEVASTATING DETAILS

Danielle noted in her blog post that “it didn’t really seem serious” and that she “didn’t quite understand” what her diagnosis entailed.

She wrote: “I thought maybe I just had a lumpy uterus and I could live with it.”

The History Channel star continued: “My doctor has advised me that this is not a situation and one that I cannot live with. In fact, this is a situation that needs to be addressed as soon as possible, surgically During the exams, due to the number and size of the fibroids, she was unable to obtain a suitable biopsy sample from the area that concerned her most.

“She informed me that I was going to have to have my uterus removed whether the biopsy was cancerous or not. My uterus is enlarged and loaded with fibroids which is causing a lot of distress elsewhere in my body.”

Danielle shared with fans her struggle to find a good doctor in the first place, writing in her post, “I know I haven’t been well for about three years. In those three years we were going through Covid and I couldn’t get in to a gynecologist to save my life. It took me three years to finally find a female gynecologist. And I had to travel from Puerto Rico to Illinois to find her.

CONGRATULATING HIS PARTNER

Through it all, the TV personality has had a lot in her corner.

Danielle credited Jeremy Scheuch with being her support through it all.

She detailed her own struggles following her diagnosis and what is happening to care for her.

“He had emotional support from my children and family and physical support from time to time when needed,” she wrote.

“But it affects him every day. From the time he wakes up in the morning, doses me with my meds, cleans the house on his own, does the laundry, makes me breakfast, doses more of my pills, runs and take more necessities, come home, watch my pain, sleep on the couch at night (because that’s the only place I can find comfort), sleep alone in his bed (otherwise I’ll keep him awake All night long).”

She added: “It’s impossible for me to sleep at the moment because of the pain I’m feeling. I’ve been bleeding for two months and he’s the one who took care of me, makes sure I’m clean, fed. , loved and prioritized.”

The star also revealed how she was coping.

TREATMENT PLAN

“Uterine fibroids are incredibly painful,” she shared.

“Last night was the first night I figured out how to properly understand my pain management. I’ve always been afraid of taking drugs. I smoke a lot of weed, but other than that I don’t don’t like taking pills and medicine.”

In addition to managing her pain, Danielle received other treatments at the hospital.

She wrote: “Part of my lust process right now is getting the iron infusions twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I really like going for the iron infusions because the nurses are so sweet and incredibly helpful and really pleasant to talk to Again this establishment is completely understaffed but they make sure to take care of everyone to the best of their abilities.

“Tuesday was my last iron infusion, we brought them donuts and I’m not going to lie, it made me cry knowing I wouldn’t be seeing them regularly anymore.”

She noted that surgery was imminent, even telling fans when she would come in.

Danielle told her fans, “I have my surgery scheduled within the week for a hysterectomy. So within a week I will have some relief. I will have a different kind of pain but I’m thrilled to be more close to the process of healing from that.

“I don’t know exactly what to say right now about how I feel because I feel a lot of everything. Most of the time I just feel grateful.”

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She concluded her message by thanking healthcare workers: “If you are a healthcare worker, thank you. Thanks thanks thanks. I cannot say thank you enough.

“I can see in everyone’s eyes that they’re exhausted, but somewhere, something drives them to keep going to work every day in an environment where the risk is high and the pay scale doesn’t is not.”

Danielle shared that she was battling uterine fibrosis, a non-cancerous growth of the uterus

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Danielle shared that she was battling uterine fibrosis, a non-cancerous growth of the uterusCredit: History Channel
After posting the NSFW photo without an update on his health, fans begged the star for more answers

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After posting the NSFW photo without an update on his health, fans begged the star for more answersCredit: Instagram
All his fans wish him good luck in the days leading up to his operation

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All his fans wish him good luck in the days leading up to his operationCredit: History Channel

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