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Delilah Belle Hamlin, Lisa Rinna’s Daughter, Claims She Overdosed On Prescription Drugs By Accident.

Delilah Belle Hamlin

Delilah Belle Hamlin is speaking out about her recent health issues, which she claims resulted in an accidental overdose.On Tuesday, Lisa Rinna’s eldest daughter, Harry Hamlin, posted a lengthy Instagram video in which she revealed that she has been battling several illnesses, including Lyme disease, Epstein-Barr virus, encephalitis, and Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS).She began having severe panic attacks earlier this year as a result of PANDAS, and after seeing a psychiatrist, she was prescribed several medications, according to the 23-year-old.

“He overprescribed me with one medication that one of my friends takes about 10 milligrammes, and he gave me about 20 milligrammes three times a day, and then he gave me 3 milligrammes of Xanax a day,” she explained. “So, for one thing, my body became dependent on Xanax, and for another, I overdosed. I had no intention of doing so. I overdosed on propranolol, a blood pressure medication.

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I took Benadryl with it and ended up in the hospital for some reason.”Delilah described her feelings after her overdose as “hopeless” and “helpless.””I wasn’t a drug addict, but my body was addicted to it because of how much the doctor had prescribed me,” she explained.”I actually returned yesterday. I’m really disappointed because I thought this place was going to cure me…and instead it’s just going to be a place for me to relax “Delilah spoke up. “However, because I posed a medical risk, I was politely asked to leave after three weeks.

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That was extremely difficult for me, because if I’m too sick for this place, I’m too sick for anywhere. How can I improve?”The model ended her video by asking her followers for their support and any recommendations for specialists who can assist her with her health issues.””My family and I are at a loss as to what to do,” she explained, adding, “It’s an invisible illness.” I can look perfectly fine while feeling completely awful.” If you or someone you know requires mental health assistance, text “STRENGTH” to 741-741 to be connected to a certified crisis counsellor. If you or someone you know is suffering from addiction, call the SAMHSA’s substance abuse helpline at 1-800-662-HELP.


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