Former Bachelor star Steph Dixon is in hospital recovering following a medical procedure.
Taking to her Instagram, the model, 29, shared a photo of herself after having an operation for endometriosis over the weekend.
‘We done,’ she wrote alongside the first image of herself wrapped up in a hospital blanket.
On the mend: The Bachelor’s Steph Dixon [pictured] has shared a photo from hospital following an operation on the weekend
In the next image, Steph can be seen lifting up her shirt to reveal incision marks, suggesting she had keyhole surgery.
Steph laughed off her bruises, writing ‘butchered’ alongside an emoji of a laughing-crying face.
This isn’t the first time Steph has kept fans in the loop with her hospital visits.
Surgery complete! ‘We done,’ she wrote alongside the first image of herself wrapped up in a hospital blanket. In the next image, Steph can be seen lifting up her shirt to reveal incision marks, suggesting she had keyhole surgery
Back in December 2018, Steph suffered a head injury.
Detailing her injuries in an Instagram post, Steph shared a photo of herself where she can be seen staring off into the distance while lying on a hospital bed and wearing a neck brace.
Despite her injury, Steph was able to make light of the situation, writing in the caption: ‘Appreciation post for my lashes lol, put to good use.’
Remember me? Stephanie graced screens back in 2016 as an intruder on Richie Strahan’s season of The Bachelor. [Pictured left on the show in 2016, and right on Sunday]
‘Hit my head so hard it gave me a seizure’: Steph previously shared a photo from hospital after suffering a head injury requiring her to wear a neck brace
In a follow-up Instagram story post, Steph revealed what happened to her.
The Bachelor stunner wrote: ‘I have vertigo from an ear problem, passed out unconscious [and] hit my head so hard it gave me a seizure’
Thankfully, Steph’s nurse friend Jessica was with her and was able to provide medical assistance.
Lucky: Steph’s nurse friend Jessica was with her when she had the accident and was able to provide medical assistance