Halsey May Go ‘MIA,’ Hospitalized for Endometriosis


Halsey.
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Prioritizing themselves. Halsey wants their fans to know it’s nothing personal if you don’t see them for a while.

The 25-year-old singer took to their Instagram Story on Tuesday, April 26th, to share the news that they’ve been “in and out of the hospital” for the past few weeks while “dealing with some new challenges.”

Halsey Says They May Go MIA After Endometriosis Hospitalization
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“Trying my best to keep things normal; Grammy’s Coachella etc.,” Halsey captioned a selfie in bed while making a peace sign with their hand. “But my body is putting up a strong protest. And finally demanding that I slow down, or stop foreal [sic]This time. Especially so I can be in the best shape for tour.”

The “Without Me” singer warned fans not to worry if they decide to go “MIA” for a while — they just need to put their health first.

“I am doing the best I can under difficult circumstances,” they explained, before adding that they are dedicated to spreading awareness for their “fellow spoonies,” — individuals who suffer from chronic illness.

The New Jersey native’s announcement comes just weeks after their appearance at the 2022 Grammy’s on April 3. The singer was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album but left the awards show early because they “weren’t feeling super well.”

Halsey is mom to a 9-month old EnderThey also shared via Instagram on April 2, that they had undergone surgery for their endometriosis three days before the Grammys, but were too excited to miss the event.

“I’m attending tomorrow for the first time in years, and I had surgery again (you guessed it) 3 days ago,” the Badlands singer wrote. “Only posting this to say, if you see me be gentle lol I’m fragile. Fragile but excited.”

In 2016, the pop star was diagnosed with endometriosis for the first time. They opened up via Twitter about being labeled by doctors as a “big baby about [their] period” and the relief they felt knowing what was wrong.

“Finding out I had endo was the most bittersweet moment because it meant I wasn’t crazy!” the singer wrote. “I wasn’t a ‘baby!’ I had every right to be feeling like the world was caving in.”

Halsey has been a strong advocate of endometriosis patients by being open about his struggles with reproductive diseases since being diagnosed.

“Reproductive illness is so frustrating because it can really make you feel like less of a woman,” they said during an appearance on The Doctors2018. “There’s a lot of times when you’re sitting at home, and you just feel so terrible about yourself. You’re sick, you don’t feel sexy, you don’t feel proud, you don’t feel like there’s much hope. Hopefully, I can have a bright future and achieve the things that I want to achieve.”

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