47-year-old telly favorite, , had surgery to remove a tumor in April. The 46-year-old Merlin spoke to the Metro and said that he was treated in April. This was late April as you may recall.It’s been a slow, long road to recovery. “Active recovery” is what you are supposed to do these days. I was able to get myself up and about. “All went well. I experienced a slight setback, so I went in for a few procedures.” Merlin said that his body is not healing the way it used too because of his radiotherapy treatment, which kills cancer cells.
According to the star, he was told by doctors to take it easy and not to “overdo it so that active recovery takes a backseat.”
“So, the last six to 8 weeks have been quite frustrating. Mostly having to cool down and not being in a position to do what my heart desires.”
Merlin wrote his last update to fans about his health journey in April. He wrote: “Thanks NHS for literally saving me life.”
He said, “Tubes outta anywhere.” There are aches and pains. But no tumour!
Merlin lives with Lucile, his partner, and their seven-year-old daughter Alix. He rose to fame when he was cast in Channel 4’s first dates.
After feeling a strange stomach pain, he was told it was due to an accident that he had suffered in a car accident at the age of 20. He was later diagnosed with bowel carcinoma in August 2021.
Doctors stated that he has a 75% chance of living past five years. He also faces one year of treatment. Supporters left messages of support. One wrote: “So strong!” You can keep calm throughout the night and there will be a brighter day.
With what has Merlin Griffiths been diagnosed?
Merlin was diagnosed last September with stage 3 bowel cancer. He has been undergoing surgeries ever since.
Although the surgery was a success, the star’s battle for his health was not over.
He was hospitalized due to complications and has kept his supporters updated every step of the process.
What’s going on with Merlin Griffiths?
Merlin was admitted to the hospital in June 2022 to treat the complications of bowel cancer.
The barman took to Instagram to describe his “long, often painful, and ugly” journey.
Merlin said, “Last chance for a while I hope. After a Low Anterior Resection, in April, I needed minor day surgery to correct some problems with my anastomosis.
He has been posting photos of himself in the summer sun since then. Fans continue to send their love for the country’s favorite barman.