Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette was one of the most unique from the franchise, being filmed during a pandemic and swapping out bachelorettes mid-season when Clare fell head over heels in love with Dale Moss.
After shooting to fame as the Bachelorette at 39 years old, Clare has now turned her attention inwards and is sharing with followers how she's working on improving her health.
Clare is known to be very active on social media, but she recently stepped away from posting and revealed the reason for her absence: She's been struggling with her health.
Clare is usually very active on social media but has been taking a break from posting and she revealed that her absence was due to struggling with health.
Clare was reportedly dealing with medical issues for years and had yet to find a solid answer as to what her body is going through despite turning to doctors, which only made the situation worse.
Clare has been seeking medical help for years and still doesn't know what's going on.
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Clare's skin has been having really bad hives and rash. Her whole body is just inflamed and itchy, but after a visit to the chiropractor she finally found some answers in an unlikely place- one of her breast implants was actually causing all these problems! Clare realized that for years doctors could not find out what exactly was wrong with her as they were running tests on everything else around her except this huge packet of fluid deep inside one of them.
After years of being unable to pinpoint where these issues and discomfort were stemming from, Clare found relief when she visited her chiropractor. "I went in for an adjustment on my neck one day," says the former dancer turned social media influencer. What followed was a horrifying discovery: Clare realized that a big packet of fluid--one of her breast implants-was causing everything else in her body to swell up with irritation too!
Clare Crawley opened up about health scare that fueled the decision to remove breast implants
Actress Clare Crawley wrote an article about her decision to have her breast implants removed. The decision was in response to a scare where she discovered that she may have had breast cancer. She is now living with implants for the first time since 1998.
Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette was one of the most unique from the franchise, being filmed during a pandemic and swapping out Bachelorettes mid-season when Clare fell head-over-heels in love with Dale Moss.
After shooting to fame as the Bachelorette at 39 years old, Clare has now turned her attention
Clare shared about the status of her health with followers to help others feel understood and unafraid.
Clare revealed that Dale helped her to feel confident in removing her breast implants and not worry about being defined by the size of her body. She shared, "I was talking to my friend Dale [Moss] the other day and he said 'Your boobs are not what makes you beautiful.' And it's true." For so long she had believed this would be enough but now Clare knew better.
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In their own unique love story full of highs and lows, Clare expressed that the ultimate love story is loving oneself enough to know that one's health and happiness matter.
Clare's own experience with loving her body and no longer judging herself based on what she looks like is a true love story.
Dale, like many fans and followers of Clare's social media account, shared his support for her by commenting: "I know this wasn't easy but will help so many other women going through what you've been experiencing. I love you."
Clare's recent breast implant-related health issues have been a rollercoaster for her to say the least. She has received an outpouring of love and support from those who felt she was able to be someone they could relate with, as well as loads of people admitting that they too had experienced similar problems. Clare is grateful because it feels like all this hardship has paid off in making others feel less alone and supported by their loved ones during these tough times.
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