Sandra Lee was reportedly hospitalized on Tuesday evening for complications related to her recent double mastectomy.
According to The New York Post, the 49-year-old TV chef was treated for "extremely painful fluid buildup in the area where she underwent surgery" in May.
Sandra recovering at home after her surgery on May 25.
“She’s going to be in [the hospital] for a couple of days. She started having pain. She knew something was wrong. It’s some sort of fluid buildup and pain. She was just feeling general fatigue and run down," a friend of the star told the entertainment news outlet.
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Sandra previously revealed she had been diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ — a common form of noninvasive breast cancer contained within the breasts' milk ducts — during an interview with Good Morning America on Tuesday, May 12.
Sandra and her boyfriend, Governor Andrew Cuomo, in November 2014.
"I just was still, I didn't even cry — I was stunned. And that's just how fast life turns — it turns on a dime," she said of the day she learned she had cancer.
She then underwent a double mastectomy on Tuesday, May 19 and returned home from the hospital on May 25. "I am deeply grateful to all of the doctors, nurses, medical attendants and my skilled surgeons from the Dubin Breast Center - Mount Sinai Hospital. During my stay at Mount Sinai's (St. Luke's) Roosevelt Hospital, the entire team provided excellent care, with genuine compassion and concern every step of the way," she wrote on her Facebook page following her surgery.
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