OutDaughtered, a TLC series, focuses on husband-and-wife duo Danielle Busby and Adam Busby and their six daughters, whose lives are always busy and sometimes complicated.
The docu-series debuted in 2016 when the couple’s five daughters were just a year old and their eldest, Blayke, was tiny. Six seasons later, Adam Busby and Danielle Busby have won the reality series. They’re still happily married and their focus has remained on raising their daughters.
While “Outdaughtered” is often good family fun, the Busby family has had its share of hardships. Adam has spoken candidly about his battle with depression, while daughter Hazel has battled an eye condition.
At the end of 2020, Danielle Busby opened up about dealing with various health issues. A month later, she ended up in hospital and is still trying to figure out what exactly is going on.
OutDaughtered: How Is Danielle Busby From Outdaughtered’s Health Now?
Even though Danielle Busby is a supermom to her six children in Outdaughtered, she hasn’t felt like herself in season 8. Since the fall of 2020, Danielle Busby has been in and out of the hospital, and her fans are more than worried. Months after the reality star first shared her health issues, she hasn’t been able to pinpoint what exactly is wrong with her.
She suspects she has some sort of autoimmune disease, and she opened up to Entertainment Tonight in March 2021 about some of her symptoms.
“I’m just like on a wave and have a lot of ups and downs and different forms of pains. From physical pains, to migraines, to numbness, to tinglings, to digestive problems, to a little bit of skin issues,” she shared what she has been dealing with. “It’s just a bunch of random things… but there really is no identifying conclusion to this.”
Until she gets a proper diagnosis, Danielle Busby is constantly undergoing tests. Afterwards, Danielle said she tries to figure out how to alleviate her pain with certain lifestyle changes – including prioritizing her mental health and exercise. Her husband added that it had been “tough” to see Danielle struggle, especially as so much is still unknown about her illness.