Amy Schumer Hospitalized Due To Pregnancy Complications, Cancels Tour Date - See Her Post!

Amy Schumer Hospitalized Due To Pregnancy Complications, Cancels Tour Date - See Her Post!
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The comedian and actress has opened up before about her difficult pregnancy and unfortunately, it looks like it got so bad that she needed to be hospitalized! Earlier today, Amy Schumer took to social media to post a pic of herself on a hospital bed and apologized to her fans for the fact that she would not make it to her tour stop in Dallas, Texas!

‘Texas I'm so deeply sorry. I've been looking forward to these shows. I just have to reschedule. I'm in the hospital. I am fine. Baby's fine but everybody who says the second trimester is better isn't telling the full story. I’ve been even more ill this trimester,’ she wrote in the snap’s caption.

Schumer explained that she is dealing with hyperemesis gravidarum, commonly known as extreme morning sickness.

However, the mother to be assured her followers that both she and the unborn baby Amy expects with hubby Chris Fischer are safe.

‘I have hyperemesis, and it really blows. [I'm] very lucky to be pregnant but this is some bulls**t! Sending love to the doctors and the nurses taking care of me and Tati! They're cool as hell! And Texas I'm really really sorry, and I will be there as soon as I am better,’ Schumer wrote.

As you may remember, earlier this month, Amy confessed that pregnancy has been really tough on her.

While at her show at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas last Friday, she talked to PEOPLE, telling the outlet that ‘I don’t like it. I have had a really difficult pregnancy so far.’

But then, a few days after, she was over the moon to see her baby kick on sonogram.

‘Oh my god, it's moving all around. Oh my god. See, it has so much energy, that is why I am puking every single day. Oh my god,’ Amy exclaimed.

Hopefully, she’ll feel better soon!

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