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Elisabeth recently gave her first interview after her surgery and said that she is feeling better every day.
The star of the Fox & Friends went under surgery because she had a tumor on her abdomen and needed emergency surgery. The surgery was done a month ago and now Elisabeth is feeling better. Elisabeth Hasselbeck is back to the morning show and she had her first show after surgery this last Friday.
Elisabeth was talking to Us Weekly and she said that she is feeling much better after the surgery. She said that the surgery was a complete success because she had been under close supervision of great doctors. She said that the procedure has changed her life and now she is getting better by the day.
In the interview Elisabeth said that she is recovering quickly. She also said that she is feeling better every day and she really appreciates the value of health. Sometimes people say that they are thankful of being healthy. A lot of people don’t get that and they become thankful of their health when they get sick and recover from that sickness.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck has a new profound respect for life and health. Elisabeth told Fox & Friends that the tumor that was treated and removed in the surgery wasn’t cancerous but it needed to be removed. She also said that although it wasn’t related to cancer, she did have to go under emergency surgery.
Elisabeth said that she went to the doctor and it was for a normal checkup. The doctors did some tests on her and the tumor was found. One of the doctors told her that she needed to go under the knife within the month to get the tumor removed.
The doctors told her that it wasn’t related to cancer and she didn’t need to worry about her getting cancer, but instead said that they think that tumor should be removed as soon as possible. Elisabeth has three children and all of them are very little.
Her oldest daughter is 9 years old and only she had a vague idea of what was going on in her mother’s life. Elisabeth was really worried about her children and was dreading the thought of what would happen if the operation goes wrong. She said that she didn’t need to tell her children what was going on.
Elisabeth said, “I think each of your kids chew, or need or chew the amount they can chew or digest”. This is why she gave them the truth in the amount they can digest. Elisabeth had been married to her college sweetheart since 2002.
She knew that her husband could take care of anything that would go on at home or at the hospital when she was in surgery. She said that he is a leader at home. Her husband used to be a football player but he is now a sports analyst for ESPN.