In 2022, she wasn’t able to walk. Her legs were weak, so she couldn’t even hold herself up. It wasn’t good, so she didn’t really go anywhere. Within two days, I would have to carry her to and from the bathroom, as she would fall on the way. “Her muscles in her legs were very weak,” she explained. “So she wasn’t able to carry herself, walk to the bathroom, or even pick herself up from bed. Her legs were so weak.” In January 2022, the doctors discharged her from the hospital after a CT scan. She had been feeling good for a couple of weeks, but she shared a video on social media explaining that she had been hospitalized due to a serious condition, which left her unable to walk in 2022. Unfortunately, this contradicted her fame in the adult film industry, where she holds a significant amount of clout in the arena. Jenna Jameson, 49, rose to fame in the adult film industry.
Here’s everything you need to know about Jenna Jameson’s misdiagnosis of Guillain-Barré, starting from the initial symptoms. Even though it would be incorrect to label it as a rare condition, Jenna was left debilitated and unable to walk due to this mysterious ailment, which would later emerge with more symptoms, including nausea, in the coming months.
She expressed gratitude to everyone for their prayers and good wishes. Additionally, she added a comment stating that she was diagnosed with Guillain Barre syndrome. Currently, she is undergoing treatment at the hospital. Although the video has been taken down, she acknowledged the support and messages she received from her ex-partner’s original post. She reassured her fans that she is aware of their direct messages and is grateful for their concern. In her video, she further explained that she is still hospitalized and dealing with Guillain-Barré Syndrome. On January 10, 2022, Jenna herself posted an update on Instagram regarding her ongoing health issues and hospitalization.
What Is Guillain-Barré Syndrome?
According to Mayo Clinic, Guillain-Barré syndrome is a rare autoimmune disorder in which your body’s immune system attacks the nerves, causing tingling and weakness in the common first symptoms of the syndrome, primarily in the feet and hands.
Jenna had been misdiagnosed and admitted later, but while the paralysis seemed to match Guillain-Barre. Although the Mayo Clinic says a large proportion of patients reported previous infection symptoms leading up to six weeks, it is unclear what caused Jenna’s illness.
According to CNN, the video stated that she does not have Guillain-Barré syndrome, so she is not affected by it. The doctor, Bitton, mentioned in the video that she underwent a second test and received five rounds of IVIG (intravenous immune globulin). Lior, who shared the video update on her verified Instagram account on January 18, has since removed it.
“God bless! Thank you very much for praying, please continue to pray. Thanks for all the prayers, she is still in the hospital undergoing ongoing neurological tests,” he wrote in the captions.
For How Many Days Has Jenna Been Ill?
During a significant portion of 2022, her symptoms persisted, although she subsequently retracted the diagnosis of Guillain-Barré. Therefore, it is probable that her symptoms commenced towards the conclusion of 2021. Her partner, Lior, had indicated that she had been experiencing discomfort and vomiting for a “few weeks” prior to her hospitalization in early 2022. However, as previously stated, the exact onset of Jenna’s illness remains uncertain.
She concluded her healing journey by emphasizing, “I have officially recovered from the coronavirus.” Along with the caption, she posted a selfie on Instagram to mark the moment. As she continued to battle the mysterious illness, she was diagnosed with COVID-19 in August 2022, which further complicated matters.
How is Jenna’s day going?
Jenna shared that she began walking again, unassisted, in July 2022 after a harrowing ordeal. In a video on July 5th, she said, “I want to show you guys that I can walk unassisted.” She clarified that she is able to walk, but not perfectly, as she stated, “I mean, I can walk unassisted, but not perfectly.” She also mentioned feeling much better and being able to walk pretty well.
In October 25, she added a description to a picture of herself, stating, “Adore you all.” The therapy for her ailment, which is still awaiting identification or announcement, she disclosed that she went through in October of 2022. Now back on the mainland for therapy and recovery.