Tori Spelling Reveals Daughter: After being in the hospital for a week, Tori Spelling’s daughter Stella is back home and “feeling much better.” The former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star wrote on her Instagram Story, which has since ended, that her 14-year-old daughter has a hemiplegic migraine and is getting better.
“She was told she had a Hemiplegic Migraine at the ER. It’s a disease that affects one side of the body,” Spelling, 49, wrote over a photo of Stella relaxing with their dog. “The symptoms of a Hemiplegic Migraine attack are similar to those of a stroke: a sudden, severe headache on one side of the brain, weakness, and numbness on one half of the body.”
Spelling said it was “terrifying” because she and her family didn’t know what was happening with their daughter. Spelling ended her message by saying, “As someone who has had migraines her whole life, I had no idea about this.” “Thanks to everyone at the emergency room. They were wonderful, and they took excellent care of her.”
Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott’s family had many health problems in December, and the actress from “Scary Movie 2” was even hospitalized. Spelling thought the New Year would be a fresh start for her children, but she was wrong.
When Stella got sick, she announced that the “hits” just kept coming. The “Troop Beverly Hills” star and McDermott, 55, also have a daughter named Hattie, who is 11 years old, and three sons named Beau, 5, Finn, 10, and Liam, 15. She told people in December that Beau was sick again.
🚨BREAKING — Tori Spelling Reveals Daughter Stella, 14, Diagnosed w/Hemiplegic Migraine…
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He had been ill for almost a month, which kept him from school. If you find this interesting, please forward it to your friends. Visit Lighthousejournal.org for the most up-to-date and recent celebrity news.