Ayesha Curry Underwent Successful Surgery To Have Thyroid And Cyst Removed: “God Is Good”
While fully taking on the responsibilities of rearing a newborn, Ayesha Curry has also been trying to take care of her health. The 29-year-old shared that she successfully underwent surgery on Friday to have both a thyroid and cyst removed from her body.
She shared a photo of herself sitting up in a hospital bed to her Instagram story. The caption read, “Had my thyroid and cyst removal this am. All went well. God is good. Thank you for your prayers.”
Ayesha didn’t go through the whole thing on her own. Husband Stephen was by her side the entire time, even missing out on on a preseason game last week against the Sacramento Kings to be present. Before the surgery news was revealed, the Golden State Warriors announced that Curry stayed behind in the Bay Area for “personal reasons” that were not disclosed. But Stephen was back at practice on Sunday, prepping to play another preseason game on Monday night against Phoenix. When asked how things are at home following his short time away, Stephen said “We’re good,” during open practice. “Thanks for asking.”
Ayesha’s procedure comes just a couple months after she gave birth to their son, Canon, in July. It was also after she was in and out of the hospital earlier this year struggling with the condition hyperemesis, which caused constant nausea and sickness during her pregnancy with her son. Despite the extreme discomfort she dealt with while pregnant, she knew it was all going to be worth it.
“It’s true what they say and I am now a firm believer in the fact that every pregnancy is different for every woman!” she said. “This is my third pregnancy and I’ve gotta tell ya, this one has topped the cake when it comes to being tough and exhausting. I simply cannot wait to have this baby and feel like ‘myself again.'”