Christina Hall, star of the reality television show Flip or Flop, has shared with her followers the terrible news that she has been diagnosed with mercury and lead poisoning.

The television personality and home renovation expert took to Instagram to broadcast a series of Stories from the hospital with her admirers, updating them on the tests she had had. “My scan stated I have mercury and lead poisoning,” she explained, “most likely from all the ugly houses I’ve been in (the horrible flips), and I have tiny intestinal bacterial overgrowth.”

She earlier indicated that she believed the cosmetic surgery was causing her to feel ill. She then disclosed that she would go through a thorough detox before deciding whether or not to remove her breast implants. The mother of three earlier indicated that she thought the breast implants were making her sick.

“I’ve been feeling rather tired lately, so I’m on a mission to get back into my body. For years, I’ve struggled with various unexplainable health difficulties, and I’ve recently considered that these issues are related to my breast implants. Is there anyone else who has previous experience with this subject? “I’m curious to hear what everyone’s thoughts are on this.” She had stated in a post earlier in December.

Christina said she had “inflammation, autoimmune difficulties (Hashimoto’s disease, PCOS, Raynaud’s syndrome), unexplained skin rashes, joint, and muscle discomfort, dry eyes, gastrointestinal (GI) issues, SIBO, acid reflux, cognitive fog, hormone imbalances, swollen lymph nodes, and adrenal fatigue.”

Her reoccurring troubles had “been passed off as stress, and physicians have tried to put me on all the meds,” she wrote earlier in 2022. This is not the first time she has been open about her health problems with her followers.

“I tried to remedy the problem, so I focused on my nutrition, and it seemed to get better, but then last year it was triggered again, and the stomach ache reappeared,” she stated. She noted that anxiety can create severe flare-ups and that her digestion and gut health has been the most affected.

“I’ve talked to some people about this,” she continued. “And I simply want to emphasize how important it is to trust your health instincts and not discount what is going on in your body,” I explained. “And I just want to emphasize how important it is.”