Iggy Azalea Undergoes Three-Hour Daily Therapy Following Surgery Complications

The 'New Classic' female emcee has to spend three hours every day to undergo a therapy as she continues recovering from complications following a surgery.

AceShowbiz - Iggy Azalea is undergoing "hyperbaric oxygen therapy" three hours a day. Currently recovering from surgery on her back, the 32-year-old rap star has now revealed via Twitter that she has to spend hours undergoing the treatment, which can help to accelerate healing.

"I just hangout with my son all day which is awesome and then do physical therapy s***. The only boring part is the hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Every day I lay in a tube for 3 hours and it's mind numbing level boring (sic)," Iggy - who has Onyx, two, with ex-boyfriend Playboi Carti - replied when asked how she's occupying her time.

Iggy Azalea gives update on her health condition

Iggy Azalea gives update on her health condition

Iggy subsequently explained that she listens to music while she's in the tube. Asked if she's allowed to choose the music, Iggy wrote on the micro-blogging platform, "Funny story. They do let you pick but it has to be on YouTube. So I picked an album on a playlist and 30mins in it was someone random sneaking their music onto the playlist. I got stuck in there being forced to listen lmaooooo (sic)."

In November, Iggy revealed that she wasn't able to walk for three weeks after having surgery. The "Work" hitmaker wrote on Twitter, "Wanna hear a crazy story? I was supposed to travel to Australia and film a movie but right before I left I had what I thought would be a rather mundane surgery on my back to fix the issues I had after touring two summers in a row on an injury... ."

"It didn't end up being very mundane because I had complications with my recovery and ended up in bed hooked up to a million machines and in so much pain there are about 3 days I actually just can't remember at all. I didn't walk except to use the bathroom (a whole other ordeal lol) for 3 weeks and you'd be shocked to know how weak you can get when you don't actually move. It happens really fast (sic)."

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