Celebrity Entertainment

Amy Grant Opens Up About Having Heart Surgery And What She Wants Others To Know!

Whenever anyone says Amy Grant, a song comes to their mind almost instantly. Amy Grant has been around for a long time and has delivered several hits over the years. Some of her signature hits include songs such as Thy Word, Good For Me, Lucky One, and so on. For those who don’t know, Amy Grant recently underwent heart surgery back in June 2020. And now, the Grammy winner is updating her fans about her miraculous recovery from her open heart surgery.

The Christian pop singer had surgery on June 3 to fix a called a condition called PAPVR, which stands for Partial Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return. In this condition, one or two pulmonary veins return vein to the right atrium instead of the left atrium. To fix this condition, Amy Grant underwent open-heart surgery back in June 2020. Since then, the fans have been desperate to get an update regarding her health. And after two months, Amy Grant has finally opened up about her miraculous recovery.

Amy Grant Opens Up About Having Heart Surgery And What She Wants Others To Know!

On Sunday (August 9), Grant shared a few images on Instagram to update her fans about her health condition. In these images, Grant showed off her post-surgery scars and supported the pictures with a motivating caption. Grant thanked the people who consistently enquired about her health when she underwent surgery and while she was recovering. Amy Grant thanked all the people along with her family for standing by her during her tough times.

Meanwhile, Grant also opened up about her open heart surgery and how it felt being in the hospital. For Grant, being in the hospital was like running a marathon. However, she compared herself with the runner who gets a runner block as soon as the whistle blows. But the Grammy award winner revealed that something had her back and pushed her to finish the race. Amy Grant went on to say that is has been a miraculous recovery for her. She added that she wanted to thank each person who prayed for her health and well-being.