Men Behaving Badly Star Leslie Ash Shares Health Update 20 Years After Battling Superbug

Men Behaving Badly star Leslie Ash, 64, recently opened up about her health journey two decades after contracting the Methicillin-Sensitive Staphylococcus Aureus (MSSA) superbug, a variant of the MRSA infection that nearly left her unable to walk.

The actress, who faced intensive care in 2004 due to MSSA, reflected on the profound impact the infection had on her life, stating that it will never be the same as before.

During her appearance on ITV‘s Good Morning Britain (GMB), Ash expressed gratitude for her health, highlighting the critical role her husband, Lee Chapman, played in her recovery and rehabilitation efforts.

Despite initial grim prognoses from doctors, who believed she may never walk again, Ash defied the odds and has managed to maintain good health and mobility.

She emphasized the importance of physical fitness and mental resilience in overcoming the challenges posed by MSSA, acknowledging the significant role these factors played in her ongoing recovery.

Ash is gearing up to star in the black comedy play ‘Artificially Yours’ at Riverside Studios, a production that delves into the complexities of relationships and deceit in the age of advanced technology.

While reflecting on her own health journey, Ash asserted that the contraction of MSSA should have never occurred, but she has chosen to focus on moving forward and embracing the positive aspects of her life.

Recent statistics released by the UK Health Security Agency show fluctuating rates of MRSA and MSSA infections, with a notable decrease in MRSA cases over the past decade but a slight rise in MSSA during the pandemic period.

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