Jenna Jameson reveals she can walk unaided after mystery illness

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Jenna Jameson has made strides in her recovery from a mystery illness that caused her to lose her ability to walk.

The former porn star shared a video this week of herself walking without assistance to show fans how much progress she’s made.

“I wanna show you guys that I’m walking, unaided. I mean, I’m not walking perfectly but at least I’m up on my feet,” she said.

The following day she added, ‘I’m feeling better. I’m able to walk pretty well. How cool is that?Feeling a lot better.”

Jameson’s update comes a couple of months after she told fans that the illness didn’t leave her paralyzed and was “making strides” with the help of a walker.

The mother of three — she shares twin sons Journey and Jesse, 13, with ex Tito Ortiz and daughter Batel, 4, with partner Lior Bitton — also explained that said she had not been sleeping “well” as a result of her health issues.

“It’s weird, like, when I lay down to go to sleep, I get a lot of pain, like, stabbing pains,” she said. “I don’t know if it’s, like, nerves reconnecting or whatever, but it’s just really hard to sleep.”

The actress added, “I’m hopefully moving in a better direction.”

Doctors initially diagnosed Jameson, 48, with Guillain-Barré syndrome in January after she first lost her ability to walk, but they later ruled out the disorder following a series of tests. In February, she was finally discharged from the hospital after just under two months.

“I still have more testing to do but it seems there’s something off with my femoral nerve, and it’s affecting my strength in my legs,” she said at the time. “So I am still in a wheelchair, unfortunately, but I hope to be out of the wheelchair soon and walking, so say a little prayer.”

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