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David and Yolanda Foster

Since updates on Yolanda Foster‘s health are hard to come by (so. so. much. sarcasm.) E! News recently asked David Foster about the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s ongoing battle with chronic Lyme disease.

“She’s doing fair,” David shared when asked about Yolanda. “She’s just trying to work through it. You know, it’s been a tough battle, but she is a fighter. She’s got big balls. They’ve been temporarily cut off, but they’ll be back.”

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David admitted that Yolanda‘s health crisis sometimes makes him cranky and he has to remind himself to be supportive. What. A. King.

“Whenever I get annoyed, I am like, why is this happening to me?” said David. “It’s not happening to me, it’s happening to her. If the situation was reversed, I want to try to be, for her, the person I would want her to be if I got sick. That’s what goes through my head whenever I get cranky. It’s like, okay, just shape up here and be the person you would want her to be. She will get through it.”

Meanwhile, Yolanda, party for one, took to Instagram to thank her followers for “riding the wave” with her. Well at least it’s not IV selfie #316.

Yolanda Foster Lyme Disease

“Thanks a million for riding the wave with me,” added Yolanda. “Uncovering the mystery of chronic disease has been the greatest challenge of my life.”

Yolanda shared, “Your kindness and compassion during this journey has been a great source of support. I appreciate all your kind comments and check most your medical suggestions that resonate with me. As you know I am determined to find a cure affordable for all and hopefully life will grant me the opportunity to turn this test into testimony. Lyme Disease is a global epidemic growing in the shadows… so please be aware and educate yourself.  #OneMillionThankYou’s #OneDayAtATime”

TELL US – IT’S BEEN OVER A MONTH SINCE YOLANDA SHARED A PIC OF HERSELF WITH DAVID – YOUR THOUGHTS?

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