Eamonn Holmes detailed how a dislocated pelvis began his chronic health battle as he awaits the results of an MRI because his pain has intensified.
The TV personality, 61, who co-hosts ITV’s This Morning with his wife Ruth Langsford, joked in an interview with the Irish Independent that his injury was “nowhere near as erotic as it sounds.” appear ”.
He told the post, “I mysteriously dislocated my pelvis and I don’t know how – it’s not as erotic as it sounds. My back is now misaligned as a result.
Source of pain: Eamonn Holmes detailed how a dislocated pelvis began his chronic health battle as he continues to wait for MRI results (stock image)
Eamonn first spoke about his dislocated pelvis in March and had an MRI last week for further testing after suffering from chronic pain. He has not yet received these results.
The Belfast native then revealed that since speaking about his grueling pain on social media he has found it ‘absolutely frightening’ the number of people who are also living with chronic pain.
“No one knows what it is unless you live with someone who has it. he said. “I am in tremendous pain and no one knows how to stop it.
“It hurts like hell and I need to find a way to get over it. It went on for a month and I feel like I can’t remember what life was like without pain.
Eamonn has since helped ease his pain with physiotherapy and ice cold showers, which left him feeling “invigorated” amid his health issues.
Hospital visit: Eamonn returned home after undergoing tests at the hospital after battling “chronic pain he has never felt in his life” last Friday
“Although when the physio suggested them, I told him to go run and jump,” added the presenter, showing his dry mind.
Eamonn was seen putting on a brave face as he returned to the front This Morning alongside his wife Ruth on Tuesday, after detailing his chronic pain plight.
The star – who had an MRI last week and was awaiting his diagnosis at the time – said his condition was “too hard to explain” after Ruth explained that viewers asked him how he was.
Eamonn replied, “Since the last time I saw you I’m doing great, thanks for asking. “
He continued, “It’s too hard to explain. We are not here to talk about my problems and my pain.
Candide: The 61-year-old star, who had an MRI last week and is awaiting her diagnosis, said her condition was “too hard to explain.” Pictured with wife Ruth Langsford
Eamonn returned home after undergoing tests at the hospital after battling “chronic pain he’s never felt in his life” last Friday.
The presenter said he “needs to find out what is causing him” pain all over his body and revealed that he does not yet have a diagnosis.
And Ruth, 61, admitted it would take longer than the duration of the episode to explain Eamonn’s condition, as she put it, “We could be here all day. We only have two and a half hours.
Eamonn previously admitted that his rehabilitation plan included an hour of physiotherapy followed by an invigorating cold shower.
Sharing a tweet with his followers, he wrote: “Physio just left after the second session of the day. He said my body felt hot… the result being that I needed to cool off with my second cold shower of the day. Hope this helps me sleep Zzzzz soundly.
Out of alignment: he told the Irish Independent: “I have mysteriously dislocated my pelvis and I don’t know how … My back is now misaligned as a result”
Treatment: Eamonn previously admitted his rehabilitation plan included an hour of physiotherapy followed by an invigorating cold shower
Exhausting: The presenter took to Twitter to admit physical therapy was going to ‘kill me or cure me’ as he joked about being ‘in good shape’ for his return to This Morning
On Tuesday evening, Eamonn revealed he had undergone a second physiotherapy session of the day and was advised to take his second cold shower of the day.
He wrote on Twitter: “Physio just left after the second session of the day. He said my body was hot… the result being that I needed to cool off with my second cold shower of the day… Hope this helps me sleep soundly Zzzzź (sic) ‘
Earlier today, Eamonn admitted he had a 4:30 a.m. physiotherapy session before co-hosting This Morning.
He tweeted, “Hey, busy day so far… .. 1 hour of physiotherapy at 4:30 am to get in shape for today’s #ThisMorning…. followed by the cold shower routine!
“All of this will kill me or heal me.” So far everything is going well and remember that I will be sharing your #ChronicPain stories and tips. (sic) ‘
It was during Monday’s episode that Eamonn admitted his suffering was due to a back injury.
He said: “Those of you who follow me on social media will know, about a month ago I did something in the back, I don’t know how I did it, get in the car, getting out of a car, getting out of bed, whatever.
“I have an MRI but the problem is everything is shutting down for Easter, I haven’t analyzed it yet, but what I do know is I can’t sleep at night.
“The pain is absolutely worse at night. What’s humiliating is that when you go on social media and talk to people who are suffering from it, age is not a barrier, where you live is not a barrier, how much you earn is no obstacle.
Eamonn’s situation prompted a phone on the chronic pain show.
Struggles: On Monday’s show, the presenter used a cane to enter the studio as his wife Ruth admitted it took “so long to walk”
He added, “Many of you are suffering from this chronic pain situation, from all different sources. So let’s talk about it, let’s talk about it, let’s talk to a doctor, we talk to a pain specialist.
“I’ve had it for a month, I hope I won’t have it longer, but there are people who have lived with chronic pain all their lives. ”
Later on the show, the presenter used a cane to enter the studio as his wife Ruth admitted it took him “so long to walk”.
She said: “Many of you who follow Eamonn on social media know he has talked a lot about chronic pain. It’s ironic actually that he’s not there because he had to go to the bathroom.
“Because it takes him so long to walk, he’s just on the way home and will be there any minute.” There he is, it takes more time to walk.
Pain: It was during Monday’s episode that Eamonn admitted his suffering was due to a back injury