Jenna Jameson 'doesn’t have the Guillain-Barré syndrome' but remains hospitalized in health battle

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Jenna Jameson does not have Guillain-Barré syndrome, but remains hospitalized in her ongoing health battle.

The 47-year-old's partner Lior Bitton took to Instagram on Tuesday with an update on Jameson's condition after doctors cleared her of the autoimmune disorder.

'Just a little update, Jenna is still in the hospital,' Bitton said in a clip on Jameson's page on the social media site.

The latest: Jenna Jameson, 47, does not have Guillain-Barré syndrome, but remains hospitalized in her ongoing health battle, her partner Lior Bitton said on Instagram Tuesday

Bitton said Jameson's doctor confirmed that she didn't 'have the Guillain-Barré syndrome' after she was tested a second time and underwent five rounds of IVIG, a therapeutic procedure for people with antibody deficiencies.

Bitton thanked followers 'for all the prayers' and urged them to 'keep praying for Jenna' amid the troubled times.

Bitton, an Israeli businessman, who shares daughter Batel, four, with the model, has been keeping Jameson's followers updated on her health struggles on her social media.

He said earlier this month that he took the the ex-adult film actress to a nearby hospital after she was 'throwing up' constantly for two weeks and wasn't able to walk.

Bitton said Jameson's doctor confirmed that she didn't 'have the Guillain-Barré syndrome' after she was tested a second time and underwent five rounds of IVIG, a therapeutic procedure for people with antibody deficiencies

Bitton, an Israeli businessman, who shares daughter Batel, four, with the model, has been keeping Jameson's followers updated on her health struggles on her social media 

Bitton thanked followers 'for all the prayers' and urged them to 'keep praying for Jenna' amid the troubled times

Bitton said on the social media site that Jameson's 'legs [are] thinning down' and that she was unable to walk or stand up.

'She came back home and she couldn't carry herself,' Bitton said. 'Her muscles in her legs were very weak. So she wasn't able to walk to the bathroom. She was falling on the way back or to the bathroom, I would have to pick her up and carry her to bed. 

'And then within two days it got really not so good, her legs started to not hold her, she wasn't able to walk.'

Jameson said in a clip on her account after the initial diagnosis that she was 'working through' a 'little syndrome called Guillain-Barré syndrome,' and that she appreciated the support she was receiving from fans.

Jameson, seen last June in an Instagram post, has been hospitalized this month with a serious illness 

The Las Vegas native noted that her health troubles were 'NOT a reaction to the' COVID-19 vaccine, as she 'did NOT get the jab or any jab.' 

Guillain-Barré syndrome, according to the CDC, 'is a rare, autoimmune disorder in which a person’s own immune system damages the nerves, causing muscle weakness and sometimes paralysis.'

The ailment's symptoms can 'last for a few weeks to several years,' the CDC said, and while 'most people recover fully ... some have permanent nerve damage,' with a small number of cases being fatal.

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