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Tamra Judge Reveals What's Next for Eddie Judge Amid Health Issues
The Orange County 'Wife offers a new update on her husband's ongoing health struggles.
In the wake of the ongoing issues with Eddie Judge's health, The Real Housewives of Orange County's Tamra Judge shared that her fitness expert husband is currently working with his medical team to get himself back on track (more on that in the video above).
"He's working with an amazing doctor out of Texas ... so he comes in once a month. We're in the best hands; I think he's gonna fix him, but it's taking time," Tamra explained to E! News this week.
She noted that "he is dealing" with the issue but "he is not fixed yet."
She further explained: "He is one of those cases that are very difficult and severe. He's in I think [it's called] persistent AFib, aflutter. And he had his second ablation; they ablated his heart 71 times about two months ago. So he goes [this week] to see [what's next]. It's just been so life altering because now hes been on the medication for so long that he kind of gets some side effects. And he just wants off the medication. He just wants to be healthy. He gets tired really easy. It's one extreme to another: to go from being the guy that is so fit [to now]. He couldn't sit down on the couch. And I said, 'Honey, I think this is God's way of telling you that you need to sit down and relax and enjoy life a little bit because you're on the go all the time.' So it's been a struggle and it's hard."
Despite his health issues, Eddie has been trying to live his normal life, which included a recent family vacation to Europe to celebrate Tamra son Spencer's high school graduation.
"Well, we went away to Italy and Paris a week ago. We just got back a week ago .. and it was a little bit hard; the traveling on him was a little bit hard. We didn't think it would be, but just walking around [was hard]," she said, noting he even had a scare right before they headed on the trip. "He ended up unexpectedly in the hospital the day before we left for our trip. And they shocked his heart to try and get his heart back into rhythm because it was beating too fast. And the doctor didn't want him to go on the trip like that because you're always out of breath. So they did that and it stuck for a little while, but then he started to get extremely tired."
Check out Eddie in action, below.