Jenna Jameson has been released from the hospital after a month long stay. She was hospitalized in January after Jameson was left unable to walk for a few days. At the time Jenna Jameson was said to have been suffering from Guillain-Barré Syndrome, but that was discounted and as of now there is no clear indication as to what her illness is.
The 47 year old Jenna Jameson who converted to Judaism a few years ago for her Israeli boyfriend Lior Bitton. The couple has been together since 2015 and have a daughter together named Batel Lu Bitton. She may be going home, but Jameson is still unable to walk.
In a recent video Jenna Jameson showed her fans that she was still having problems. She said that she still had movement in her left leg, “but my quad strength is really, really, really weak, and as you can see I have some atrophy happening.” My legs are incredibly skinny. But don’t get too alarmed, because my legs have always been ultra skinny,” she added, laughing. “So don’t judge me. We will be back to the best soon!”
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When Jenna Jameson first went into the hospital, her boyfriend released a statement on social media saying, “Her muscles in her legs were very weak. So she wasn’t able to walk to the bathroom. She was falling on the way back or to the bathroom, I would have to pick her up and carry her to bed. And then within two days, it got really not so good, her legs started to not hold her, she wasn’t able to walk.”
“I still have more testing to do but it seems there’s something off with my femoral nerve, and it’s affecting my strength in my legs,” now says Jenna Jameson on Instagram. “So I am still in a wheelchair, unfortunately, but I hope to be out of the wheelchair soon and walking, so say a little prayer.”