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The One Show star issues health update after hospital dash due to 'excruciating pain'

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The One Show presenter Lucy Siegle, has given fans a health update following a sudden hospital dash due to 'excruciating pain'.The 49 year old journalist, who has been delivering reports on the BBC series for over ten years, recently opened up about her battle with kidney stones.

She's now taken to social media to talk about the "strange scenario" she's found herself in. Lucy initially shared her painful ordeal in a tweet on X, previously known as Twitter, last month.The environmental guru, known for her stints on Good Morning Britain and hard-hitting episodes of Dispatches, revealed she was suffering from "excruciating pain" and would be receiving lithotripsy to blast the stones away.

Read More Related Articles The One Show star rushed to hospital after being left in ‘excruciating pain’ Support poured in for Lucy on the platform, and just a few days ago, another concerned fan sent their best, saying: "Hope you aren't suffering too much with your Kidney Stones.

I went through it 4 years ago, rushed into hospital and stent fitted.Then several treatments of Lythotripsy later stones battered.

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