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‘OutDaughtered’: Did Danielle Busby Fake Being Sick For A Storyline?

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Last season on OutDaughtered, one of the frequent topics of concern was Danielle Busby’s health. Throughout the season, Danielle goes to a lot of doctor’s appointments. Over on their social media, Adam shares vulnerable pictures of his wife in the hospital. Last we heard, there isn’t an official diagnosis for what is going on with Danielle. Now, people are starting to wonder. Is Danielle faking being sick for the storyline?

The mother of six visits several doctors seeking answers about mystery illness

In one OutDaughtered episode, Adam and Danielle speak with a cardiologist. At this appointment, they get some unexpected news. When explaining the test results, the doctor shares that there is an abnormal connection of something with Danielle’s heart. Based on the color doppler of Danielle’s heart, “there’s a very small hole there.” However, it’s not as bad as it sounds. next, the doctor tells Danielle, “you have a normal, healthy heart.”

Later in the season, Danielle seeks answers from a rheumatologist. In this episode, they discuss bloodwork and results from a nerve study test. Danielle shares that from her “neck down to her fingers she] keeps getting numbness and tingling.” So, logically, Danielle thinks that her health problems could be nerve-related.

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Is OutDaughtered Danielle Busby faking being sick?

Thanks to a troll’s comment on a recent Busby family photo, fans may finally have some answers about Danielle’s health. The comment reads as follows. “So I guess your ‘health issues’ were all for show ‘cuz your summer has seemed very active & healthy.” Then, someone managing the @itsabuzzworld account comments back. Since the comment references Danielle, it is probable that Adam responds to the negative comment. Read the entire comment below.

Thanks for your heartfelt concern! It’s an autoimmune disease that comes and goes. Some days are good and some she is stuck at home with pain. As we have seen new doctors and taken many tests, we have been able to manage with medications, so flair [sic] ups are not as often as they used to be. It isn’t something that is going to keep her from living her life to the fullest and enjoying her family.”

Now, it seems that the original comment is gone. One fan writes, “Can someone please tell me what is going on? Everyone is talking about haters and autoimmune diseases yet I can’t see any post addressing Danielle’s health issues. I’m confused, feels like I’m missing something.”  See the photo with the comments here.

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What do you think about all of this commentary about Danielle Busby and her health issues? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. Make sure to come back to TV Shows Ace for more OutDaughtered news.

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3 Comments

  1. My husband lives with an autoimmune disease and he has his good days where he can do the fun things he enjoys, but the bad days where he is in his chair or bed in extreme pain in his legs, hips, and ankles.
    Unless you are dealing with these things, please keep positive thoughts not negative.

  2. There’s so much negative stories re reality t v shows lately, particularly where bad behaviour is encouraged just so viewers will keep coming back and up the ratings, which is every thing! I’m getting very suspicious when I hear similar stories about “outdaughtered”. I hope all information is above board but the jury is still out on that…

  3. I know exactly what Danielle is talking about and I absolutely believe her because I have been experiencing the same thing with this “mysterious illness”.. It is not consistent and my doctor hasn’t a clue what is going on when these days happen. But when you are inside of it it’s intense, scary, can last 2 or 3 days and be gone. very weird. I’ve had 14 episodes of this just in the last year and a half.

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