Transcript for Kim Zolciak-Biermann Hospitalized
And that... Is unacceptable. At St. Jude best fir? Or 13,0 financl advisor who sathank Yo It'shy edwarjones she big mpanynye-stroke instagraming this pic from her hospital bed saying the last 24 hours have been a whirlwind. The don't be tardy star and mother of six says when she got home to Atlanta Wednesday morning after "Dancing with the stars," she suffered a trance cent ischemic attack. A T.I.A. Or a mini stroke adding the left side of my body went completely numb and my speech was gone. Flying, running around with a hectic lifestyle made her more susceptible most likely to a stroke but it didn't cause a stroke. Reporter: Neurologist Dr. Dolly Roy specializes in strokes but is not Kim's doctor. She says T.I.A.S happen when a blood clot blocks blood flow in the brain but the blockage goes away quickly. To add full days of dancing on to an already busy schedule. Six kids coming at her saying, mom, I need this, I need this. It can be stressful. I need to check my phone. Reporter: The 37-year-old revealing she also got botox only hours before her dance routine on Monday night but doctors say they can't imagine how that could have anything to do with her illness though Dr. Roy says wearing a corset which she is famous for doing may have played a part. Wearing a corset might make breathing hard enand put strain on your heart. Reporter: No word yet on whether Kim will return to the dance floor after a rocky start to the season, she bounced back strong in week two. ? She wants to compete and perform. Kim can a big personality and people want to see her on television. Reporter: The outspoken reality star remains in the hospital. She has 100% of her feeling back. Instagraming this pic of her and her husband saying all that matters, family. For "Good morning America," Abbie Boudreau, ABC news, los Angeles. Hope she gets better. We're glad she's feeling better. Already drama. Usually you have to wait a little longer. Glad she's doing better.
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