Wendy Williams Goes on 3-Week Hiatus Over Graves' Disease Diagnosis

Wendy Williams Goes on 3-Week Hiatus Over Graves' Disease Diagnosis

Doctors have ordered Wendy Williams to take a mandatory three week break from her talk show in order to deal with issues related to Graves' disease and hyperthyroidism. The show will be in repeats during this unplanned hiatus.

She told her anxious viewers that 'My doctor has prescribed - are you ready? - three weeks of vacation'.

While Williams did not outline her treatment plan, it may entail traditional methods of treatment including medications, radioactive iodine therapy to destroy overactive thyroid cells or surgery. She explained that Graves' disease pushes the muscles behind your eyeballs.

"I feel like there are birds flying around my head", she told her audiences, feigning dizziness.

"Like constantly high. But not high. Or a few byproducts of having thyroid disease that a lot of people aren't aware of".

She revealed that for the first time in her career, she would be taking a three-week vacation. "Who are you?' I was pissed". I'm not trying to give you the screw face, I just don't want to give you the scary, scare.

The TV personality has often boasted about how she never takes a sick day from her show and had a flawless attendance record during her time as a radio host as well. I'm hydrating this bug out.

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Young survivors of a U.S. school shooting in Florida have announced a national march on the capital, Washington. The students from Stoneman Douglas have been vocal ever since the shooting that they want change.

The daytime talk show host broke the news Wednesday on The Wendy Williams Show.

Williams also addressed speculation that something was wrong after she appeared to have twitchy eyes on-air in a previous broadcast.

"That was not a stunt".

Williams revealed she was supposed to see her endocrinologist in December 2016 but she was forced to cancel because of an important business meeting.

"It felt like I was in the middle of a fire", she added.

The following day she tweeted that she was "doing fine". She's also experiencing several symptoms including difficulty sleeping, rapid heart beats and intolerance to heat.

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