‘RHOC’ Star Almost Lost Her Daughter To A Deadly Disease!
Reality shows often bring a lot of negativity along with much-required controversies due to major feuds between the contestants. Now, Real Housewives show is one of the biggest controversial shows. One can easily observe the clan clashes along with some major feuds. Now, this real housewife star has disclosed some shocking news about his daughter's health condition. Read more to know the further story.
Vicki Gunvalson’s daughter’s health struggle!
Vicki Gunvalson’s daughter was battling a major health issue. Her daughter, Briana Culberson’s health was in a critical state. But, she is showing signs of improving health.
Here’s what she said!
While sharing an update on her daughter’s health struggle, the 56-years-old said that her daughter was battling lupus. It was reported from her that she had almost lost her to the disease.
She almost lost a leg?
It was reported that her daughter had received an infection, which was growing rapidly. The infection grew to that level when the doctors had started thinking to amputate her infected leg.
Vicki was in a state of shock!
“We almost lost her a couple years ago. That was one of the biggest fears I had in my life while I was filming; it’s my ‘Oh, my God’ moment. And she was super, super sick; got a very, very bad infectious disease from the hospital. They almost amputated her leg,” Gunvalson revealed.
While recalling the incident, she mentioned that “She was extremely sick. Put her in City of Hope [National Medical Center] and she was there in isolation for a month. The viewers don’t know but we can share it now because she survived it. But it was horrible.”
The family moved out of Orange County!
The family moved out of Orange County in November 2017. It was reported that Culberson is currently residing in North Carolina with her husband, Ryan Culberson.
It almost killed her daughter!
The disease had almost got her daughter killed. “Now she’s being treated for lupus out in University of North Carolina [Medical Center], which is actually where she works. She’s an ER trauma nurse,” Gunvalson said. “They’ve got a great lupus centre out there. So if God brought her out there to help her get through this, that was the good thing from it.”