Hailey Bieber discusses Justin’s recovery process: “Scary situation”

Hailey Bieber spoke about her husband Justin’s recovery process. In an interview with Good Morning America, the supermodel stated that Justin is getting better every day, and that his recovery is gradual. Justin Bieber lives with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, and is going through a tense moment provided by the disease. He recently appeared on his networks with a part of his face paralyzed, and explained that he had to postpone or cancel the next shows on his schedule. His beloved explained in the program that her husband has been trying to improve, and is following his treatment.

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“He’s doing really well… he’s feeling better every day,” Hailey said. According to her, this was a terrifying and random situation. She believes he will be fully recovered soon, and stated that she is grateful for his recovery. Hailey also commented on the fan support. For her, this has been amazing, and it’s definitely helped in that healing process. She said they have been receiving pictures and messages of affection. Justin’s issue comes 3 months after Hailey was rushed to the hospital with a ruptured clot in her brain. She commented on these health issues that end up becoming public. “These situations force you to be frank about everything that happens publicly, and that opens up a lot of conversations and reflections,” she said.

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Justin appeared on the networks explaining what was happening to him. The 28-year-old artist appeared with part of his face paralyzed, and explained that he couldn’t blink or smile on one side. According to him, at the moment he is physically unable to perform at concerts. He showed fans that this illness is very serious, and stated that he is doing facial exercises to help with recovery. Ramsay Hunt syndrome is caused by a virus similar to chickenpox, and is located in the geniculate ganglion, in the facial nerve. Doctors say that after being infected with the chickenpox virus, it is incubated in the person’s body, and can be reactivated again in the face of low immunity. Best wishes to Justin.


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