Teddi Mellencamp she said hurting herself as she hurried to help her daughter in the middle of the night.
That “Real housewives in Beverly Hills“Alun, 40, took to Instagram on Sunday and opened up about the incident, where she fell to the floor and jumped her lip while reacting to her daughter’s crying.
“Does anyone have any good tips on how to get rid of Vertigo?” she asked her followers in social media posts of her wounded lip and face. “At 4 p.m., Slate yelled at me to get to her room, and like any mom, I would jump up at mock speed and sprint in there.”
The daughter of John Mellencamp said when she came to the daughter’s room, “my eyes turned black and I fainted and opened my cheek and lip.”
“Fortunately, everything was fine with Slate, and nothing worse happened to me…” she continued. “That being said, I can not go into Webmd because it is [sic] sends me spiral, so any tips appreciated. “
It did not take long before Mellencamp’s colleagues from Bravo players hit the comments field to give their support.
“Did tequila terry go to the Slates room, or was it Teddi? Ask for a friend,” wrote her former “RHOBH” co-star Lisa Rinna.
Kyle Richards chimed in: “We’re a good team #hotmessexpress,” to which Mellencamp replied, “Put us in bubble wrap.”
Mellencamp insisted she would schedule an appointment with her doctor, and in a later Instagram Story post, she said she made one for Wednesday, but in the meantime used an ice roll to alleviate the swelling.
“I thought I was obsessed with this before,” she wrote. “Now I can not even express the relief it has given me since the fall.”
“So excited to see the doctor break and get the Epley maneuver done today,” she added to the exercise, which according to Johns Hopkins Medicine, “helps treat the symptoms of benign paroxysmal positional dizziness.”
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