Yolanda Foster's fight for a Lyme disease cure continues. The 51-year-old "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was diagnosed in 2012. Since getting her diagnosis, she has sought out holistic treatments in search of a cure for the common disease.
Yolanda shared a photo of herself and husband David Foster posing together at what appears to be a water-front park. In the caption the "RHOBH" star revealed that she and her hubby had ventured to Cleveland, Ohio, as a part of her journey to getting well. She did not reveal the exact reason for her visit, but insinuated that she was there to either undergo treatment or visit with a doctor.
— YOLANDA (@YolandaHFoster) August 4, 2015
Although the reality TV star had her husband with her for moral support she received a little extra positive push from a former "RHOBH" cast member. Brandi Glanville, who announced her departure from the Bravo show in June, tweeted at Yolanda "this fix" might be the one that will cure her.
Sending my love to @YolandaHFoster I think this fix will be the one that works ! I love you ❤️❤️❤️
— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) August 4, 2015
Yolanda's husband and friends have been incredibly supportive of her fight to get well. In June David discussed his wife's battle, saying she's "got big balls." He told E! News she hadn't given up once in her three year battle with the disease. The Grammy Award winner added that he was certain she would "get through it." He told the site he had been as supportive as possible because, "if the situation were reversed," he'd want her to be there for him all the way.
Yolanda has made her struggle with Lyme disease, a bacterium which is transmitted through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, very public. In January she shared with fan just how severe her condition had gotten. At the time she said she had lost "the ability to do [write] in an intelligent manner." She has also previously said that she struggles to maintain enough energy to do normal day-to-day things.