'90 Day Fiance' Star Ashley Martson Touched by People's Kindness as She Recovers From Kidney Failure
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The reality TV star is back home and hopes to 'return to work in a few weeks' as the GoFundMe page set up for her has raised $3,860 to cover her medical bills.

AceShowbiz - "90 Day Fiance" star Ashley Martson is doing better now. After being hospitalized due to kidney failure, the reality star is currently recovering at home. Recently, she thanked people for their donations to cover her medical bills.

Martson expressed her gratitude in a now-deleted Instagram post on Saturday, January 19. "I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for your donations, prayers and support. I'm home and starting to slowly recover," she penned. "I am taking the campaign down as the amount of money raised was plenty to cover unexpected medical costs and loss of income. Im hopeful I can return to work in a few weeks."

She continued, "I am so thankful for your help and kind hearts. You guys are truly a blessing and I will forever be grateful for each of you. All the cards and care packages sent made me smile and tear up at the same time. Sometimes I loose [sic] faith in humanity but you all reminded me that there still is kind and compassionate people in this world. Thank you again from the Bottom of my heart."

She concluded her message with a statement that she would continue raising awareness for Lupus disease. She jotted, "I will continue to be open about my battle with lupus and if you don't like it or feel I'm seeking attention then kindly unfollow. This disease is horrible and I want everyone that is going through it to know they're not alone."

During her hospitalization, a GoFundMe page was put up to raise money to pay for Martson's medical bills. It is unclear who made the page in the first place. While the page is no longer accepting donations, it has garnered a total of $3,860 from original target of $5,000.

The TV personality was hospitalized on January after suffering from acute kidney failure due to the autoimmune disease. She had surgery and began dialysis on Tuesday, January 15.

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