Married At First Sight’s Clare Verrall Rushed To Hospital Fearing A Stroke

This is terrifying...

 Married At First Sight’s Clare Verrall Rushed To Hospital Fearing A Stroke

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We all fell in love with Clare Verrall on season two of Married At First Sight… now Clare has revealed she was rushed to hospital with doctors fearing it was a stroke.

The reality star has taken to Instagram to share with her followers that she was  instantly rushed to the emergency room after she woke up one morning and her face had dropped and had become paralysed, she called her doctor and was told to go to the hospital.

She captioned the picture with, “Hello from my second home, the @thealfredhospital #ER 👋 #ClareLife

"So, I woke up with a weird feeling in my face today which got worse (I legit #WokeUpLikeThis #NotFlawless) Then the right side of my face kind of 'dropped' - especially the right side of my mouth which went all numb like when you go to the dentist.

"I called my Dr who ordered me straight to the ER as he was worried I could be having a stroke.”

After a lot of tests, her doctors diagnosed with her Bell’s Palsy.

The 33-year-old added, “turns out, not a stroke (phew! That was a bit scary.) it is 'Bells Palsy'. Apparently my face will probably stay like this for 3-6 months. Awesome. So this is my smile now apparently as the right side of my face isn't really working. Sexy!! #SomeoneIsStayingSingleAWhileLonger”

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Clare also went on to reveal that after more tests, her face will stay this way for another three to six months.

But thankfully, she still has kept her sense of humour!

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We are so glad she is okay.

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