Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok reveals a large cyst in her ovary has been discovered

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Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok reveals doctors found a large cyst in her ovary after being rushed to hospital

Former Home and Away actress Tammin Sursok has revealed that she was rushed to hospital this weekend.

And on Tuesday, the 37-year-olds shared an update on her health via Instagram, which revealed that doctors had found a large cyst in her right ovary.

In an Instagram post, the brunette shared a photo of herself looking haunted while lying in her hospital bed, surrounded by photoshopped screens featuring comments from her Instagram followers.

In pain: Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok, 37, revealed on Tuesday that doctors found a large cyst in her right ovary

In pain: Former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok, 37, revealed on Tuesday that doctors found a large cyst in her right ovary

Tammin wrote in the long caption: ‘After many tests we found out that I have a large cyst in my right ovary. I’ll be fine now and move forward knowing what it is can manage and fix the problem. ‘

She noted that after sharing her journey, “ thousands ” of her followers reached out to her with their heartbreaking stories of misdiagnoses and struggles with pain management.

Many of you also said that this topic is not really talked about and how lonely you feel. So let’s talk about it.

Results: Tammin wrote in the long caption: “After a lot of testing, we found out that I have a large cyst in my right ovary.  I'll be fine now and move on knowing what it is can manage and fix the problem '

Results: Tammin wrote in the long caption: “After a lot of testing, we found out that I have a large cyst in my right ovary.  I'll be fine now and move on knowing what it is can manage and fix the problem '

Results: Tammin wrote in the long caption: “After a lot of testing, we found out that I have a large cyst in my right ovary. I’ll be fine now and move on knowing what it is can manage and fix the problem ‘

Let’s make women’s health a priority. It is completely unacceptable that so many live in constant pain and fear with no real answers, ”she wrote.

The South African-born Australian thanked her fans for their support and urged women to find their answers and research to change the health problem.

It comes after Tammin revealed that she was open to the idea of ​​having another baby.

'Let's make women's health a priority': The South African-born Australian thanked her fans for their support and urged women to find their answers and research to change the health problem

'Let's make women's health a priority': The South African-born Australian thanked her fans for their support and urged women to find their answers and research to change the health problem

‘Let’s make women’s health a priority’: The South African-born Australian thanked her fans for their support and urged women to find their answers and research to change the health problem

In an Instagram Q&A last month with her followers, a fan asked, ‘Are you having another baby?’

The former soap star replied, “I’m not sure … I’m going to leave it to a higher power!”

Tammin is a doting mother of two daughters – Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two – who she shares with her movie husband’s director Sean McEwen.

The couple met in 2007 when they auditioned for his movie Albino Farm. The couple married in 2011 in Florence, Italy.

Family Life: Tammin is a loving mother of two daughters - Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two - who she shares with her movie husband's director Sean McEwe.  The couple met in 2007 when they auditioned for his movie Albino Farm.  The couple married in 2011 in Florence, Italy

Family Life: Tammin is a loving mother of two daughters - Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two - who she shares with her movie husband's director Sean McEwe.  The couple met in 2007 when they auditioned for his movie Albino Farm.  The couple married in 2011 in Florence, Italy

Family Life: Tammin is a loving mother of two daughters – Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two – who she shares with husband, director Sean McEwen (all pictured)

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