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'The Little Couple' star Dr. Jen Arnold feels 'chemofied'

Dr. Jen Arnold, Will and Bill Klein of 'The Little Couple'
Dr. Jen Arnold, Will and Bill Klein of 'The Little Couple'
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Dr. Jen Arnold of “The Little Couple” has finished chemotherapy and her cancer is in remission. Naturally, though, it's going to take a while for Arnold's strength to return. Jen tweeted about the process on Feb. 10, and as usual, she managed to show her sense of humor in the process.

Arnold tweeted that she was busy working and typing emails Monday, but both her arms and fingers felt weak. That is to be expected, of course, given the battle against cancer and through chemotherapy she's been through over the past few months.

“The Little Couple” star even coined the term “chemofied” to describe how she was feeling Monday. She added the hashtag #needtogetstrongerfaster. Clearly Dr. Jen Arnold is anxious to feel herself again, and most fans would imagine she'll make that happen relatively quickly due to her fierce determination. Everybody has been thrilled to hear that her cancer is in remission, and hopefully the doctor and reality TV star will get that strength back sooner rather than later.

New episodes of “The Little Couple” return to TLC in March, and the sneak peek preview teases both highs and lows ahead. Fans can't wait to catch up again with Dr. Jen Arnold, her husband Bill Klein, and their kids, Will and Zoey.