Who is Lexi Reed's husband Danny? Influencer back home after near-death experience

Lexi Reed was earlier placed on a ventilator in a medically induced coma


                            Who is Lexi Reed's husband Danny? Influencer back home after near-death experience
Lexi said she is back home after husband Danny wrote on Instagram about her deteriorating health (discoveringdanny/Instagram,fatgirlfedup/Instagram)
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Fitness influencer Lexi Reed, who documented her 300-lb weight-loss journey, is back home after being hospitalized for organ failure. The 31-year-old was earlier placed on a ventilator in a medically induced coma. Her husband, Danny Reed, had taken to Instagram to announce the news her the deteriorating health.

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In a recent post from just a few hours ago, Reed posted an image on Instagram that reads, "we break, we fail. but then, we rise. we heal. we overcome." In the caption, the influencer wrote, "Im back home and ready to overcome the next part of this part of my story. Happy to be alive when it wasn't seeming to be not possible and i was unresponsive in the trauma room. Thank you to everyone for the love im already seeing today from the past month. Love you guys- Lexi".

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Who is Lexi Reed's husband?

Lexi Reed's husband, DannyReed, is a social media influencer and blogger, as according to his Instagram profile. In Instagram account, @discoveringdanny, has over 234k followers.

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Earlier, Reed's husband had shared a shocking image of her in a hospital. Danny wrote, "Sorry for the late update but I (@discoveringdanny and family) have been focusing on getting Lexi back to health. A few weeks ago Lexi kept getting sick and couldn't keep any food down. She then started acting differently so I took her to the hospital where they admitted her into ICU, placed on a medically induced comma, on a ventilator, and me that her organs started failing."

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"They also told me if i had waited its possible she could have died. She is currently in dialysis, can't walk, and working on recovery. Sadly we do not have insurance. Thank you all for your prayers they all mean so much to us and this will be a long hard battle part of her story but she is strong!" he added. 


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Danny had earlier also set up a GoFundMe seeking help to cover Reed's medical expenses. "Hi, my name is Danny and I'm fundraising for my 31 year old wife Lexi. On 01/20 she was first admitted into the hospital after she kept getting sick, couldn't keep any food down, and started acting differently so I took her to the hospital where they admitted her into ICU, placed on a medically induced comma, on a ventilator, and me that her organs had started failing. They also told me if i had waited any longer its possible she could have died. I was only able to spend 30 minutes with her due to covid but this was not covid related. I spent many days crying not knowing what was going to happen," the GoFundMe page reads. "She is currently in dialysis, can't walk, and working on psychical therapy from home as we can not afford a program. She was unable to leave the hospital bed for three weeks. Sadly we do not have insurance and we are currently waiting to find out about a kidney transplant as well as a liver transplant. Thank you all for your prayers they all mean so much to us and this will be a long hard battle part of her story but she is strong! Anything will help us and we are glad to still have her in our lives!" Till the writing of this article, $28,954 USD had been raised of the $200,000 goal.

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In her latest Instagram post, Reed thanked those who helped her through her ordeal. "Love is all I can feel right now and I can't help but want to cry. Between 4 family members helping me to even get in the car and into the house with stairs, lifting me and my chair, family bringing over medical supplies and visiting since they couldn't at the hospital and everyone here- I am blessed. Thank you to everyone who wants to help as I listened and went ahead to set up a gofundme if you'd like," she wrote.

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