Megan Marx shared an update on his health.
The 33-year-old reality star, who appeared in the fourth season of The Bachelor Australia, took to Instagram to tell her followers that she has been diagnosed with a degenerative neurological disease called spinocerebellar ataxia, which affects the cerebellum and spinal cord and over time causes coordination issues, according to at the Cleveland Clinic.
“Spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA6),” Megan wrote on January 23 along with a car selfie. “Months of waiting for the results of the gene test, I saw the neurologist on Friday. Shit news. Diagnosis. A few tears while Keith (Newman) took over the conversation. F–k huh!”
Megan continues to share her positive outlook after the diagnosis.
“Feel grateful for my physical body now, in its current state, before neurological degeneration tried to take some of me from me,” he continued. “All yays for making love and skin dipping and hiking and painting and eating and bad dancing and terrible conversations in bars.”
Megan, who also appeared in The Challenge australianadded, “Actually feel grateful in general. Many have worse diagnoses. Just some processing to do. A lot of living to do.”