Angie Everhart underwent surgery on her neck yesterday (11.03.14) after suffering from nerve pain.
Angie Everhart underwent surgery on her neck yesterday (11.03.14).
She took to Twitter after the surgery, writing: ''I'm out of surgery- it went well- had floating pieces of disc on my nerve. All gone! Staying in hospital another night for pain management (sic).''
However, earlier that day, the 44-year-old actress appeared to be fed up of visiting medical centres after being hospitalised earlier this month due to the trapped nerve.
She tweeted: ''Sitting in the hospital waiting for my surgery. Oh boy. Too many surgeries lately. No fun. Feel like I was just here. (sic)''.
It is believed the flame-haired beauty damaged her nerve after crossing her legs too long, according to the Express newspaper.
Meanwhile, Angie was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in May last year and had surgery shortly after.
A representative for Angie said at the time: ''[Angie] wants to set the record straight by letting everyone know that it is true that she has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, however, the prognosis is very good.''
Angie is now free from the condition and is on a mission to help raise awareness of thyroid cancer.
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