Ashley Martson is back with an update on her health status.
Unfortunately, however, the 90 Day Fiance star does not have great news to share.
“Happy Friday, Everyone! I will no longer be doing any new promos, endorsements, cameos, or any PR as of Feb 8,” she wrote late last week, explaining why as follows:
“If I have already signed with you it will be done. If I have not, I will not be available until mid March for anything.
"I will be undergoing surgery and will be down at least a month."
This message comes two weeks after Martson was found unresponsive inside her home.
She was thankfully discovered before it was too late and rushed to a local hospital, where doctors determined that kidney failure - as a result of her Lupus diagnosis - was to blame for the scary incident.
"Please pray for myself and my family as I know it’s going to be a very tough road ahead for all of us," she wrote at the time.
And now Ashley has made a similar request.
“Fans, all I ask for is prayers," she added on Friday, continuing:
"I will not be sharing much information about my health any longer, my willingness to overshare came with nothing but scrutiny and backlash.
"I need to focus on my health, family, and recovery for that month. I appreciate all who support me very much #90dayfiance #tlc #healthcomesfirst.”
It's true that many social media users had the nerve to give Ashley grief after she initially shared a photo of herself in a hospital bed.
People can really suck, huh?
The 32-year-old also spent Christmas in the hospital after a flare-up of Lupus-related symptoms.
She's had a very difficult past few months, on multiple personal fronts.
As 90 Day Fiance viewers are aware of, husband Jay Smith admitted to cheating on Martson mere days after the two became husband and wife.
He apologized and was reportedly by Ashley's side after her collapse a couple weeks ago, but the relationship is understandably tenuous.
In fact, Martson filed for divorce from her spouse of eight months on January 11.
However, she then withdrew the paperwork after less than two weeks, a court clerk from Cumberland County, Pennsylvania confirmed on January 24 to Us Weekly and other outlets.
For what reason? We can't say.
But we aren't about to judge Ashley during this rough time.
We're simply going to wish the reality star the best on her road to recovery.