UPDATE: David Lynch, Nancy’s husband, told PEOPLE that she was doing “doing pretty doggone good,” adding that her medication “has had a dramatic impact” on her condition.
“She is breathing effortlessly now,” Linch said. “The swelling around her legs and feet have pretty much gone away.” He adds that Nancy will likely stay on medication “for a couple of months to make sure everything is okay and prevent any other clots.”
It is being reported that new mom Nancy Grace has been hospitalized a week after giving birth to twins.
“This past Sunday, Nancy started experiencing discomfort and was having trouble breathing on her way to church,” Headline News spokeswoman Janie Iamunno told People.com. “She was brought to the emergency room in Atlanta. Her doctors found two blood clots in her lungs, which occurred as a result of the pregnancy.”
Grace is expected to stay in the hospital for the rest of the week.
“She thanks everyone for their continued prayers and support,” Iamunno said.
Nancy, 48, developed pulmonary edema during her pregnancy and gave birth to Lucy Elizabeth and John David Nov. 4 — two months ahead of her January due date.
Yesterday CNN updated their site with a message from Nancy with no mention of any health issues.