'Partridge Family' Star Danny Bonaduce Shares About Battling Mystery Illness For The First Time

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 28 Jun, 2022

Mystery illness

The Partridge Family actor, Danny Bonaduce, is opening up about his mystery illness for the first time

Good Morning America

Danny Bonaduce spoke to 'Good Morning America' about his battle with a mystery illness that began in April when his wife Amy noticed his speech was off and called for help immediately

Danny Bonaduce said

He said, 'I couldn't walk at all. I couldn't balance. I couldn't do anything like that

Danny Bonaduce continued

She looked nervous. And she said, 'You are not saying words, you are not speaking English,' which is unbelievable to me

The exact cause remains unknown

She called an ambulance, and he stayed in the hospital for five days. After testing, doctors said that he had suffered a stroke, but precisely what went wrong remains unknown

Medical leave

The illness led the star to take medical leave from his Seattle-based radio show

The star shares

He wrote in a post, 'I'm still working towards receiving a diagnosis. I know I need some time to focus on my health

The actor recalled

The 62-year-old recalled, 'I'd seen my dad have a stroke and it was the same thing,' adding, 'I couldn't walk. I couldn't keep my balance. I slurred really badly. I couldn't remember anything. I was hoping for a diagnosis, but did not get one

Pay attention

Today, however, he's back at work and hopes his fans learn from him. 'Take time to consider your health,' the actor said. 'Pay attention

Health update

Throughout his health scare, Celia Bonaduce, Danny's sister, has kept his fans up-to-date on his condition

Danny's sister wrote

Danny's sister wrote on May 1st, 'Many of you have reached out to see what's going on with my brother Danny. Thank you,' adding, 'Along with Dairy Queen dipped cones and your messages, he is feeling the love

Celia Bonaduce continued

She continued, 'We're not being coy when we say this is a 'mystery illness.' In simple terms, his balance sucks- super sucks

Celia Bonaduce added

Alas, she hoped that he was in good hands. She added, 'All the great medical minds of Seattle are trying to solve this conundrum

Thank You!

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