Eamonn Holmes ‘can’t get pain to go away’ as he shares post from physio table

This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes has given fans an update on how he's currently coping with his “chronic pain”, after he tweeted an image of himself on a physio table this morning.

The 61-year old expressed that he has been suffering from a health issue since he had his double hip replacement five years ago.

The presenter underwent a double hip operation in 2016 after struggling with debilitating pain for 25 years in his hips, back and legs.

Since having the operation, Eamonn has opened up to fans about his discomfort and says that the pain gets “worse” during the night.

On Friday, Holmes took to Twitter to discuss his concerns with a fan who explained that they also experienced joint pain.

Eamonn wrote: "In that Twilight Zone between Nighttime and Morning"

He added: ”Anyone else find these Hours the worst…. particularly if you suffer Chronic pain?”

One fan replied: "I have no idea, but it's truly awful, isn't it! So annoying that the time you're meant to be resting and sleeping the pain is at its worse, so you're unable to. How on earth does that work?"

On Tuesday, Eamonn took to Twitter again to give fans an update on his chronic pain. The star also posted a picture of himself on a physio table.

The presenter wrote: “Starting the day by tackling the pain from the night before ….. On the Physio table. Chronic pain. Just can't get it to go away.”

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He continued: “Sadly so many of you know the feeling. Thanks for sharing your stories.

"I'm determined to beat this …however much it hurts.”

Fans of the star replied back to the post and showed their support.

One fan wrote: “Must be so awful and yes you’re right so many people live in constant pain.”

Another penned: “Good luck Eamonn. Physio not easy but hopefully will be worth it in the end. Hope you see results. You're right to take your health in your own hands and try and tackle it head-on.”

Whilst another fan wrote: “Oh Eamonn, I’m currently in bed waiting for my pain relief pills to kick in before I can even think about starting the day – good luck. Constant pain is horrendous, it gets you down.”

Eamon previously spoke about his double hip operation with Daily and said: “It was a very depressing week when I had it done.”

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