Danny Bonaduce is opening up about his battle with a mysterious illness that began in April when his wife, Amy Relsbach, noticed that his speech was off. during an interview with good Morning America62 years old porridge family The actor said that he first thought he had suffered a stroke.
“I couldn’t walk at all. I couldn’t balance. There’s nothing I could do,” Bonaduce said, reflecting on the moment in April when his wife realized something wasn’t right. “She looked really nervous. And she said, ‘You’re not saying words, you’re not speaking English,’ which is definitely absurd to me.”
“We called an ambulance and [it] Took me to the hospital where I stayed for the first five days and he remembers very little,” he continued.
Bonaduce shared that medical testing ruled out a stroke, but doctors were yet to pinpoint what was wrong.
“I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t keep my balance. I screamed really badly,” he recalled. “I was afraid of everything. I was afraid of my stairs for God’s sake—I was hoping for a diagnosis but didn’t get one.”
Bonaduce first talked about his health in an Instagram post on April 29, telling fans he’ll need to take a break from his Seattle-based radio show.
“Just to share a little news – I’m taking a temporary medical leave from my radio show,” he captioned a photo of him standing with a cane. “I’ll share more when I have more information, as I’m still working toward getting a diagnosis. What I do know is that I just need some time to focus on my health.”
“I love my work and have been talking to you guys and I’ll be back very soon,” he said. “Charlie Chaplin, Willy Wonka, Danny Bonaduce. I join the club of cool people with a cane.”
As for Bonaduce’s advice to others, he said GMA“Take time to consider your health. Pay attention.”
After two months of rest, Bonaduce returned to his radio show on Monday, telling GMA The first thing he would say to his listeners is “thank you” for the support and well wishes.
Bonaduce announced their return to the radio over the weekend. “Good news I’ll be back live on the radio this Monday,” he wrote on Instagram. “Can’t wait. My mind is still a little fuzzy, but that never stopped me — or the people who hired me.”
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