Lisa Maffia has given her fans an update after she was rushed to hospital in extreme pain.
The So Solid Crew star, 42, was put on a morphine drip in hospital on Tuesday night and told that her pain is due to her battling endometriosis and fibroids.
On Wednesday morning she was back home and still seemed to be recovering from the ordeal.
She took to her Instagram Stories to share a picture of herself lying on the sofa with bandages on her arms, seemingly from the drip she had.
Lisa looked exhausted as she curled up next to her dog Ralph, who she wrapped an arm around.
The bandages were worn just above her elbows and she sported a baggy black nightshirt in the picture.
Lisa’s eyes were half open as she stared down the camera lens while her pooch snoozed next to her.
“How I woke up,” Lisa captioned the snap, adding a blushing emoji. “I think he knows I’m sick.”
“Love my pal Ralph,” she added.
It came after Lisa said she had been on morphine for seven hours on Tuesday night to help her cope with the pain of her conditions.
She told her fans in a video: “I thought I would update you I have endo and fibroids that is why I am always tired and sh*t.”
Lisa also shared a photo of herself with the morphine drip on her arm.
The musician wrote: “@nhsengland this is a madness, I’m on morphine for the pain but all 7 hours later no one has even spoken to me.”
She then listed: “Fibrosis, Endometriosis, High white blood cells.”
According to the NHS website, endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Fibroids are non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the womb.
Her hospital dash comes after Lisa had a cancer scare last year after she revealed abnormal cells had been found in her cervix.
“I had cancerous cells that needed to be burned away,” Lisa said.
Her mum has been diagnosed with terminal cervical cancer and she urged her fans to go for their smear tests.
“This is just a reminder to anyone that maybe has forgotten to get tested! It’s not a game,” she said.
Lisa said she had been “petrified” of getting the cells removed but the process was “quick and easy”.