Raven Walton, the “Big Brother 19” contestant who has gastroparesis and famously showed off her gastric pacemaker on the show, has undergone surgery to replace the pacemaker.
“I average a pacer surgery every two years but I’m okay with that because I’m so thankful it still works well for me right now.
Hopefully, it will just be a pacemaker replacement and the leads are still good,” Walton wrote.
“If my leads are messing up then it will be a bigger surgery. I’ve had bad luck with them.” According to California Pacific Medical Center, most pacemakers last five to 10 years before they need to be replaced.
I promised I would update about my upcoming surgery so here goes!
On CBB’s sister show Bit On The Side, Nadia said she thought Ashley would be the first to cosy up to guys having had her fill of the other women.
She also revealed that the pair had ‘beef’ as Ashley had been ‘vile’ to her in the past.
Two lead wires connect electrodes to the stomach wall.
These provide a mild electrical pulse, which can help reduce nausea and vomiting in some patients.
So therefore she will gravitate towards the guy because that’s where she’ll find alliance.’ However she changed her tune when she was asked which housemate would change people’s first impression of them the most.
‘I hope it’s Ashley and I would like to eat my words.
Things appeared to be going swimmingly for the new couple in the house.