Eamonn Holmes ‘feeling good for first time in five weeks’ as steroid injections ‘kick in’ after chronic pain

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After keeping fans updated with his chronic back pain struggles, Eamonn Holmes has revealed he's feeling the best he's felt in five weeks.

The broadcaster, who was recently praised by Rylan Clark-Neal, took to Twitter on Monday to share how he was feeling with his followers.

The 61 year old tweeted: "My Physio has just left, and u know what? For the first time in 5 weeks I feel good!

"Can't believe I'm saying that but steroid injections from last week must be kicking in too. The comeback starts here ……. I hope." [sic]

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Eamonn's loyal supporters, who have followed his journey, rushed to the comments section to share their joy for him.

One Twitter user commented: "So glad your on the mend @EamonnHolmes and it's nice to hear so many good stories of the steroid injections working well."

Another fan said: "Glad you're feeling better Eamonn let's hope it's the start of you getting relatively pain free."

A third added: "So happy to hear that you are finally on the mend Eamonn. Now when can we expect you and Ruth to be permanent fixtures on This Morning?"

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While a fourth expressed: "Great news Sir! Delighted you are feeling better and getting results! There is hope! Thanks for sharing! Well done to Ruth too! Support is a huge help! love n light!" [sic]

The dad-of-four previously told his followers that he was in hospital, suffering from "pain he's never felt in his life."

Alongside a picture of himself sat in a waiting room with a protective face mask on, the This Morning host said: "At Hospital. Pain like I've never felt in my life.

"Hope they discover the cause. Wish me well folks," he wrote alongside a praying emoji.


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Eamonn, who is all set to become a grandad, returned to This Morning alongside wife Ruth Langsford on 5 April and took the opportunity to share his pain.

He explained: "About a month ago I did something to my back, I don't know what. It could have been getting in a car, getting out of bed, whatever.

"I've got an MRI scan but the problem is everything closes down at Easter so I haven't got it analysed yet.

"What I do know is I can't sleep at night, the pain is worse at night," Eamonn revealed in anguish.

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