‘Somadesays I can barely get out of bed’: The Bachelorette Alum Ryan Sutter details his ongoing health crisis
- The 46-year-old firefighter, a Colorado native, told of her health issues
- He has ‘tested for COVID many times but has never tested positive’
- Sutter dated Trista in 2003 after crossing paths on The Bachelorette
- Sutter and Trista, 48, share two children: Maxwell, 13 and Blakesley, 11
Bachelorette alum Ryan Sutter said on Tuesday about his ongoing health battle on social media, in which he had decided [his] Personal health and more recent attention has been given to it. ‘
Firefighter, 46, a Colorado native, detailed in a series of Instagram posts that he started this in February because he was in a training program with the Denver Fire Department that ran for 18 weeks.
“At the end of that process I felt more and more worn out and sometimes started to feel” flu-like “symptoms, he said, ‘having been tested for COVID many times but never Also not tested positive. ‘
New information: 46-year-old Ryan Sutter said on Tuesday about his ongoing health fight, saying he had decided [his] Personal health and more recent attention has been given to it ‘
“It’s been five months now and if I feel anything bad,” Sutter said.
Sutter, who took a pledge with Trista Sutter in 2003 after crossing paths on The Bachelorette, said he continued to serve as a firefighter amid a ‘battery of symptoms’.
They include, according to Sutter, ‘fatigue – sometimes almost paralysis, deep body and muscle aches, fever, night sweats, full body itching with no rash, swelling of head and neck, congestion, mild agitation. , Nausea, and just normal does not look good at all.
Sutter, who shares two children with his wife – Maxwell, 13, and Blakesley, 11 – said he has had multiple blood tests, “a CT scan, and a high ANA titer and a low WBC,” But nothing else has been proved. Anything decisive. ‘
Simple Time: Ryan and wife Trista were snapped up for attending an event in LA last year
The Colorado native posted the issues to a series of Instagram posts he said it began last February, as he was in a training program with the Denver Fire Department that ran for 18 weeks
He said that he is maintaining and maintaining a ‘healthy diet’ throughout the disease [his] It is best to get ‘rest’ for mixed results.
“Most days I think about 70 percent,” he said. ‘Someday I feel a little better and someday I can barely get out of bed. I do not believe that I have anything contagious because no one in my family is ill nor have I worked with or been associated with the sick. ‘
Sutter said he appears to be ‘sick for some unknown reason,’ and ‘the struggle to find answers in the medical world and support through the insurance industry is hopeless and lacking.’
He said that his ongoing health fight and the obstacles he faced gave him a new outlook on life and health.
Sutter said that his ongoing health fight and the obstacles he faced gave him a new outlook on life and health
Throwback: Their reality TV duo was seen emerging from their December 2003 wedding
“One must truly advocate for oneself in the true sense, if they hope to get answers or at the very least dismiss the possibilities,” he said. ‘I am concerned that we are witness to the impact of our lifestyle and lack of understanding of how we live daily, it affects our health and well-being and the health and well-being of others.’
He said that as someone who has spent the better part [his] Life challenges my personal boundaries, ‘he feels’ is well prepared [his] Current health status. ‘
He said, ‘I have a strong support group and the best wife in the world.
‘The support I have received is courteous and curative. I could not be more grateful. I cannot imagine the medical power that the amount of love and care in the world should all of us choose to implement it? Maybe find out … ‘