Eamonn Holmes has returned home from hospital after struggling with chronic “pain he’s never experienced in his life”. The Thi
Eamonn Holmes has returned home from hospital after struggling with chronic “pain he’s never experienced in his life”.
The This Morning presenter said he “needs to find out what’s causing him pain all over his body” and has no diagnosis as of yet but is waiting on test results.
Eamonn Holmes has returned home from hospital[/caption]
Why was Eamonn Holmes in hospital?
Eamonn has spoke at length recently about his encounters with chronic pain.
The television personality uploaded a photo to social media captioned “At hospital… pain like I’ve never experienced in my life, Need to find out what’s causing this. Wish me well.”
The image showed Holmes sat in what appeared to be a waiting room with a face covering on.
Hours later, Holmes kept his fans up to date with his condition by tweeting that he’ll be able to have a “clearer picture of what’s causing the pain” shortly. “Like so many of you, I’ve lived with variations of chronic pain for years,” he added.
Eamonn Holmes and wife Ruth Langsford presenting This Morning[/caption]
How is Eamon Holmes doing?
He opted to put a positive spin on proceedings, claiming: “In the meantime I am proud that my experience has given you a voice and I’m humbled by your various and different experiences and your kindness to me.”
He went on to add: “If between us we can get more solutions more understanding and more resources directed towards [chronic pain] then that would be a result.”
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The presenter did quash any fears that his chronic pain may rule him out of returning to This Morning over the Easter break to fulfil his presenting duties alongside wife Ruth Langsford.
Holmes even said he hopes that he’ll be able to “discuss the subject” with viewers on the show.
Eamonn was inundated with well-wishes from fans and fellow celebs alike, including Joe Swash who replied to his tweet with: “Me and Stacey love you mate xx” while actor Larry Lamb also responded – “Certainly do mate [need answers].. you’re in the best of hands, I’m certain.”
Fellow TV presenter Lorraine Kelly expressed her sincere well-wishes on her programme, stating:
“I know everybody would want to wish our Eamonn a speedy recovery.
“He’s not been very well. He’s a total trooper, he, in chronic pain and had to go to the hopsital yesterday.
“He will definitely be on This Morning next week, you know what he’s like, nothing’s going to stop him.
Timeline of Eamonn Holmes struggles with chronic pain
- Tuesday, March 30 – Eamonn tweeted a selfie on him laying on a massage table, captioned “Starting the day by tackling the pain from the night before… On the physio table. Chronic pain. Just can’t get it to go away. Sadly so many of you know the feeling. Thanks for sharing your stories. I’m determined to beat this… however much it hurts.”
- Thursday, April 1 – Holmes is forced to go to hospital with ‘pain like he has never experienced in his life’
- Friday, April 2 – The presenter takes to social media in the early hours of the morning to update fans that he should have a ‘clearer picture’ of what is causing the chronic pain soon.
- Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins reveals Holmes has since returned home after being released from hospital