Hailey Bieber marks 1-year anniversary of her ‘life-changing’ mini-stroke

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Hailey Bieber is celebrating one year since her “life-changing” mini-stroke took place.

“Can’t believe it’s been 1 year since I suffered a mini stroke that led to my PFO [patent foramen ovale] diagnosis,” she wrote on her Instagram Stories Friday.

“Given that it’s the 1 year mark from such a life changing event, I wanted to share all the information I’ve learned about PFO and share resources to donate.”

The model, 26, then went on to share some facts about PFO, including that the condition is the “most common congenital heart defect” and it is the “passage way between the left and right atria of the heart.”

In early 2022, the wife of Justin Bieber underwent heart surgery after suffering from stroke-like symptoms.

After arriving at a Palms Spring-area hospital, Hailey discovered she had a blood clot that traveled to her brain and caused a transient ischemic attack (TIA).

However, doctors were unable to figure out how the blood clot ended up there.

That March, Justin, 29, shared how his wife was doing after her health scare.

“Most of you probably know or have seen the news about my wife … but she’s OK, she’s good, she’s strong,” the “Peaches” singer said during his concert in Denver at the time.

“But it’s been scary, you know, it’s been really scary. But I know for a fact that God has her in the palms of his hands, and that’s a good thing,” he added.

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Earlier this year, Hailey revealed that she had been struggling with PTSD since having her mini-stroke.

However, Hailey is now living her life without thinking about what could happen to her health.

“I look back at it and it could’ve been so much worse,” she said. “So many worse things could have happened in that moment.”

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