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'Two And A Half Men' Star Conchata Ferrell In Long-Term Care Following Heart Attack

'Two And A Half Men' Star Conchata Ferrell In Long-Term Care Following Heart Attack
July 16, 2020 - 17:59 / Lucas Anderson

Conchata Ferrell is on a respirator in a long-term care facility after recently suffering a heart attack. The actress, who played "Berta" on Two and a Half Men, had reportedly been feeling ill in May and was hospitalized. In the ICU, she went into cardiac arrest. Her husband Arnie Anderson shared the news with TMZ, telling the outlet that she's now in stable condition, though dealing with a serious recovery.

Conchata Ferrell is in stable condition at a long-term care facility after suffering a heart attack. Though, her husband Arnie Anderson has shared with TMZ that "It's going to be a while before there's any recovery."

Conchata Ferrell's husband Arnie Anderson gives a health update

Anderson provided the outlet with the update on his wife's condition on July 16. Dating back to May, she'd spent four weeks in the ICU after an illness related to a previous infection. While in the ICU, she went into cardiac arrest for around 10 minutes. Since then, she's been moved to a long-term care facility and is on a respirator and dialysis.

Now in long-term care, Ferrell is reportedly only semi-conscious and is unable to speak or communicate. "It's all neurological. There's nothing we can do to speed it up the process. We are hoping for the best," Anderson said.

Two and a Half Men's Conchata Ferrell is battling health issues

Sadly, the former Two and a Half Men star's husband revealed that he's also unable to visit his wife due to COVID-19-related precautions at her facility. But the 77-year-old actress is not dealing with any form of the disease.

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Ferrell previously opened up to TMZ about a kidney infection that she'd been battling. It left her bedridden after weeks in the ICU this past December and January. The illness that led to her hospitalization this time around reportedly stems from this infection, too.

We wish her nothing but the best in her recovery. Get well soon, Conchata.