TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans has shared another twerking video, this time daisy dukes and bra top as she updated fans on her health after her scary medical diagnosis.
Jenelle, 30, posted a nearly one-minute dance video on Tic toc.
La mamma teenager 2 alum appeared to be standing near the edge of her swimming pool, which she recently claimed has “peeling tiles and cloudy water.”
The former MTV star twerked at the camera while wearing tight daisy dukes shorts.
She showed off her dance moves while skipping to the beats in yellow slippers.
Jenelle pulled her back hair into a ponytail and covered her eyes with sunglasses.
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Jenelle teased her bare belly with her one-shoulder crop top.
Il J. Dash song, Wop, played in the background.
Jenelle captioned the post: “Had to see if I can still keep up.”
Instagram model Neyleen Ashley, 33, jumped to the comments section and wrote: “Glad to see you are feeling better.”
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The former TV personality gushed: “Grazie!”
Jenelle and her husband, David Eason, 33, are the parents of their 5-year-old daughter, Ensley.
She is also the mother of sons Jace, 13, and Kaiser, Sette.
‘SO MUCH PAIN’
Torna a marzo, Jenelle admitted she has been sofferenza from fibromyalgia.
Secondo il Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, fibromyalgia is a condition that causes pain all over the body, sleeping problems, fatica, along with emotional and mental distress.
With fibromyalgia, Jenelle is more susceptible to pain.
She admitted to having sinus problems, neck and back pains, and other issues.
Jenelle revealed: “For as long as I can remember, I would get extremely bad tension headaches and full-body aches—like I had the flu, but was not sick.”
Ha continuato: “My entire body gets in so much pain and sometimes I lay in bed and cry.
“For a long time, no one believed my symptoms until I got a second opinion from a new neurologist recently.”
The mom of three explained how “living life” became “challenging” per lei.
Jenelle confessed to “having only a little bit of energy to be able to get my work done” e “having to go to bed early due to headaches or body aches.”
She realized: “I now know why my body is acting the way it does and it explains a lot.
“I never knew what fibromyalgia was until my doctor diagnosed me.”
Along with the “private talks” ai suoi figli, she explained to them that “some days won’t be good, but I’ll get through it.”