Tori Spelling is updating her followers about her family’s health.
The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum shares children Liam, 15, Stella, 14, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10 and Beau, 5, with her husband Dean McDermott. She revealed in an Instagram story that three of her kids spent time in the hospital over the last two weeks.
“3rd child in the hospital in 2 weeks…wtf,” the mom wrote in an Instagram Story, over a photo of her son Liam wearing a hospital bracelet. “This morning at the hospital with our youngest and now tonight at ER with one of our oldest.”
Spelling clarified that Liam’s hospital visit was due to a “viral infection” which “triggered severe migraine and neck pain.” She called her eldest child her “stoic one,” and said that she had “never seen him in so much pain in his life.”
In addition to Liam, her youngest Beau was in the hospital getting a renal scan. She shared a pic of Beau in the hospital, writing that her little one is “so brave.”
“He’s OK,” Spelling shared. “He was born with one kidney that doesn’t completely empty so he’s having his renal scan done today."
Last week, the Love at First Lie host wrote on her Instagram Story that her daughter Stella was hospitalized due to a “hemiplegic migraine.” Though Spelling herself suffers from migraines, she wrote, she had “no idea” about this specific condition, which “affects one side of the body.”
“Signs of a Hemiplegic Migraine attack are similar to what would be presented in a stroke, that typically includes sudden severe headache on one side of the brain, weakness, and numbness on one half of the body,” she continued.
Spelling thanked the hospital staff who took care of Stella, writing, “Grateful to everyone at the ER. They were amazing and took great loving care of her.”
In an interview with Jeff Lewis Live on SiriusXM, Spelling said the condition was particularly scary because the symptoms, such as numbness in half her body, mimicked those of a stroke.
"We rushed her to the ER, and by the time we got there, she was starting to [get feeling back], like she was coming back, but it was really scary,” the actress shared. "I thought, 'She's 14, how does a 14-year-old have a stroke?'"
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