She was booked into emergency surgery this week to help cure her debilitating migraines.
And Grant Denyer’s wife Chezzi has shared a picture from her hospital bed just hours after the miraculous operation.
‘I’m alive! I’m very much alive (even though my eyes tell a different story),’ she wrote in a caption on Instagram.
‘I’m missing my babies terribly’: Grant Denyer’s wife Chezzi opens up after undergoing emergency surgery to heal her dibilitating migraines
‘My Doc says the operation was a huge success, which is exactly what I wanted to hear. I’m feeling sore but not too bad.
‘I’ve swallowed heaps of blood which makes me feel quite queasy and I have very low blood pressure for some reason, but all in all I feel pretty good.’
Many of her commenters wished the mother-of-two a speedy recovery and asked about how her family were coping.
‘I’m on a lot of medication to reduce inflammation and bruising and now it’s just recovery and rest for me for the next few days.. I’m missing my babies terribly but they’re in good hands – thanks Mum!
Prior to D day! Many of her commenters wished the mother-of-two a speedy recovery and asked about how her family were coping
‘Thank you to everyone for all the well wishes and messages and flowers and cards. I’m completely overwhelmed by all the love. Love to you all. See you in a few days time!’ She said.
It was only last week Chezzi revealed she was struggling with the horror headaches.
‘I am left really struggling to just get through my everyday life,’ the 38-year-old candidly shared.
‘I’m struggling to get through everyday life’: Grant Denyer’s wife Chezzi, 38, revealed via a blog post last week, that she’s to undergo surgery for a debilitating condition just weeks before Christmas
Chezzi began: ‘The week of my birthday earlier this month (November), I was sent to hospital with a severe migraine pain in my left hand side of my head. I’ve not experienced anything like it and thought it was caused by me detoxing?’
With her surgery scheduled for December 6, the media personality went on to describe the debilitating condition.
‘In the interim, I am left really struggling to just get through my everyday life. Some days are worse than others. Some days I have such severe vertigo that I nearly fall over if I get up too quickly or if I move my head in a certain way.’
Debilitating: Severe migraines have left the media personality struggling daily, and is scheduled to go into surgery on December 6
Support network: Chezzi is relying on the support of her beloved husband Grant, to get her through such challenging times
Chezzi is relying on the support of her beloved husband Grant, to get her through such challenging times.
‘My beautiful and loving husband is my tower of strength and I’ve been depending on him so much lately.’
Chezzi, a Jeans for Genes ambassador, married Grant, 40, in 2010, and the couple share two daughters, Sailor, six, and Scout, two.
Family: ‘My beautiful and loving husband is my tower of strength and I’ve been depending on him so much lately,’ the mother-of-two wrote to her blog last week
Living on a 27 acre farm just outside of Bathurst, the family could welcome another child in the near future.
Speaking to TV WEEK magazine in September, Chezzi revealed that Grant would love a son.
‘He’d love a little boy running around the house. Grant’s an amazing dad, and we’ve spoken about it, so who knows.’
Love story: Chezzi, a Jeans for Genes ambassador, married Grant, 40, in 2010, and the couple share two daughters, Sailor, six, and Scout, two