‘BACHELOR’ ALUM OPENS UP ABOUT MYSTERY HOSPITALIZATION

Carly Waddell is lifting the veil on her recent mystery hospitalization.

In an Instagram video, the “Bachelor in Paradise” alum said she was boarding a flight last week when she “started having really bad intestinal cramps.” While on the plane, she said, “It kept hitting and kept hitting, and I couldn’t breathe anymore. Then I got super, super hot and super, super nauseous, and I stopped being able to see, stopped being able to hear.”

After saying she needed to get off the plane, Carly passed out. Soon, medics transported her to the emergency room.

“I could not stop throwing up. I probably threw up 20 times,” she said, while also adding that there was an issue with hospital workers getting her blood. “They stuck me, I don’t know, 200 times, probably — at least 20. They couldn’t get blood out for forever.”

Eventually they discovered that her white blood cell count was high.

“They said it was probably a virus or bacteria that just got me and got me really good,” she said.

Even though she’s home, Carly still isn’t back to normal — not even close.

“They didn’t know what was going on, and I still haven’t gone to the bathroom a week later,” she said. “That’s the update, that’s what’s going on, which, I don’t know what’s going on. Nobody actually knows.”

Carly Waddell is lifting the veil on her recent mystery hospitalization.

In an Instagram video, the “Bachelor in Paradise” alum said she was boarding a flight last week when she “started having really bad intestinal cramps.” While on the plane, she said, “It kept hitting and kept hitting, and I couldn’t breathe anymore. Then I got super, super hot and super, super nauseous, and I stopped being able to see, stopped being able to hear.”

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After saying she needed to get off the plane, Carly passed out. Soon, medics transported her to the emergency room.

“I could not stop throwing up. I probably threw up 20 times,” she said, while also adding that there was an issue with hospital workers getting her blood. “They stuck me, I don’t know, 200 times, probably — at least 20. They couldn’t get blood out for forever.”

Eventually they discovered that her white blood cell count was high.

“They said it was probably a virus or bacteria that just got me and got me really good,” she said.

Even though she’s home, Carly still isn’t back to normal — not even close.

“They didn’t know what was going on, and I still haven’t gone to the bathroom a week later,” she said. “That’s the update, that’s what’s going on, which, I don’t know what’s going on. Nobody actually knows.”

Fans were first made aware of Carly’s medical episode after her estranged husband posted a photo of her in the hospital.

Evan and Carly met on Season 3 of “Bachelor in Paradise” and got engaged afterward. They share two children, but he has three kids from a previous relationship. In December 2020, Evan and Carly announced their separation.

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