Abby Lee Miller shares health update after revealing her diagnosis

Rodolfo Vieira
Jul 02, 2018
12:58 P.M.
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Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller revealed that her back is finally starting to show some improvement following the emergency surgery she was submitted to in early June.

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The 51-year-old, who was spotted rolling around in a wheelchair on June 22, 2018, believes that she is on the right track to be able to go back to her busy life outside of the hospital.

The Lifetime personality took to her Instagram account to show her friends, fans and followers how she was doing by posting a photo of her back with a couple of stitches still poking out.

According to the post, Miller had 52 staples down her spine and, although she is happy to see her back improving she can't wait for it to fully heal.

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Miller is very concerned about her health, but she also wishes to get right back on the horse and start filming again. After a 2-hour MRI, the Dance Mom used her Instagram to let some steam out while asking fans to keep her in their prayers.

"I’m on a tight schedule; shooting two projects and I need to get out of here and on with my life!!! Please keep me in your prayers. I’m grateful for all the well wishes!”

Abby Lee Miller, Instagram, June 5, 2018

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Miller, who recently started her third round of chemotherapy, had to let go of her hair earlier this week and tried to lighten the mood by posting a selfie with a shocked expression on her face, which was surrounded by her brunette curls.

The television star was originally diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma back in April, a month after being released from prison. Initially, it was believed that she suffered from a spinal infection, but doctors' found a much different reality during an emergency procedure.

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