Chrishell Stause Reveals Ovarian Cyst Removal Surgery: ‘Feeling Good and Being Looked After
Chrishell Stause is recovering after ovarian cyst removal surgery. The 41-year-old Selling Sunset star announced the news on Instagram Stories on Thursday, posting a photo from her hospital bed.
“Had a minor surgery today and had a large ovarian cyst removed. Thank you Dr. Hakakha for taking such good care of me,” wrote the actress and realtor. According to Goodmorningamerica, Stause then gave an update on how she was feeling, suggesting that her partner G Flip is taking good care of her post-surgery.
“Feeling good and being looked after by my 💜,” added the Days of Our Lives star. “If you have bad unexplained cramps, don’t ignore them!” Stause is wearing a hospital ID bracelet, a blue scrub cap, and a mask that she has pulled down to show her face in the shot.
Her musician partner, 28, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, told yahoo last month that they and Stause share an “emotional maturity” that contributes to the strength of their relationship. “I feel like that’s really important to have in order for a pair to connect,” G Flip said at the G’Day USA Gala in Los Angeles. “And I think we have our own paths. And then we meet, our love is met in the middle.”
“She’s the most beautiful human in the world and has the most beautiful heart,” they added. “And I admire her and love her so much.” G Flip will make their Selling Sunset debut in the sixth season of the Netflix show.
The couple discussed the appearance with Vogue Australia earlier this month, as well as their relationship and the positive and negative social media attention it has received. “We could have kept everything quiet,” G Flip said of appearing on the show before Stause finished their sentence. “But then … Then they win. They quiet you and take your voice.”
“Of course, we had supportive messages, but it was an unbelievable flood of trolling,” Stause continued. “Every day I’m seeing, like, three positive comments and then hundreds of puke emojis and midlife crisis comments. At first, it felt so heavy, like, ‘What have you done?’ because it brought all this negativity to G’s life.”