Audrey Roloff had a tragic health scare during her college years, Radaronline.com has learned.
Over the weekend, Audrey, 26, took to Instagram to reveal her health battle involving “gastrointestinal issues.”
5 things you wouldn’t know about me from following my insta feed… • 1️⃣ I have accidental gauges. Yes, you read that correctly. ? I haven’t worn earrings in 6 years. Apparently spending all day every weekend wearing a ski helmet isn’t the best idea after getting your ears pierced… I noticed me ears were a little sore, but I have a high pain tolerance so I didn’t think anything of it. oops. To this day, if I pull my ear out to the side it looks a lot like a piece of bologna some kid bit the center out of.??♀️ • 2️⃣ I was a complete tomboy growing up. The only time I ever wore dresses was to prom. And even then I still wore my vans. Now I own at least a dozen floral dresses, but I still have a hard time with the whole shoes on stilts thing. ??♀️ • 3️⃣ I battled chronic stomach pain in college and was diagnosed with all kinds of gastrointestinal issues. During my junior year, it got so bad that I had to take a term off from school and running to focus on my health and seek medical care. Long story short, the Lord healed me during that time off, and I wholeheartedly believed that it was through the power of prayer ??Now I eat all pancakes ?and drink all the lattes ☕️ without digestive ramifications. Yes Lord?? • 4️⃣I wasn’t allowed to wear makeup until high school, so one of my friends let me borrow her black eyeliner and i would generously apply it in the middle school bathroom. No mascara, just thick black lines under my eyes and copious amounts of sticky lipgloss. ? Now I see why moms don’t let their 12-year-olds wear makeup. ??♀️ I commend you for trying mom? • 5️⃣ I have most of my life recorded in journals. They are full of prayers, problems, praises, and ponderings. My first journal dates back to when I was 8 years old. I think this is what birthed my passion for writing. Over the past few years I have fallen out of this routine, but having Ember has revived this practice. Every night I have been writing a sentence or two each about something Ember did that day – how she made my laugh, what she learned to do, or what she taught me.? • Tell me 5️⃣ things about YOU that i wouldn’t know from insta! ??
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“I battled chronic stomach pain in college and was diagnosed with all kinds of gastrointestinal issues,” Audrey admitted. “During my junior year, it got so bad that I had to take a term off from school and running to focus on my health and seek medical care.”
“Long story short, the Lord healed me during that time off, and I wholeheartedly believed that it was through the power of prayer. Now I eat all pancakes and drink all the lattes without digestive ramifications. Yes Lord.”
Audrey has been open about her continuous health struggles.
Back in September, Audrey revealed her physical battle following the birth of her daughter, Ember.
“Now sympathize with all you moms out there who’ve had mastitis… it’s no joke,” Audrey wrote on her Instagram story.
Mastitis is a condition where mothers who’ve just given birth experience strong breast pain caused by plugged milk ducts.
Audrey married into the Roloff family in 2014 when she wed Jeremy Roloff. As Radar previously reported, she hasn’t exactly been on the best terms with everyone.
In January, Audrey slammed Jeremy in a cryptic post following his engagement announcement to longtime girlfriend, Isabel Rock — hinting at her disapproval at his decision to have premarital sex.
Jeremy is known to be more of a free-spirit, revealing he wasn’t as religious as the rest of his family. Meanwhile, Audrey, is very open about her strong christian beliefs.
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