During the reunion for Season 3 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Yolanda Foster revealed that she had been struggling with the effects of Lyme disease during the season and continued to share her struggles throughout Season 4. It seems that Yolanda's struggles are not over as she spent this holiday season continuing to deal with Lyme disease but also embarking on a new clinical trial that will hopefully bring Yolanda relief from the disease which has left her neurologically impaired.
Yolanda revealed in her Bravo blog recently that she got a diagnosis of inactivity in her left frontal lobe, specifically Yolanda shared with her readers:
Getting a clear diagnosis last week of the inactivity in my left frontal lobe was the best Christmas present I could have ever dreamed of. Obviously anything damaged by an outside organism is scary, but at least it validated that I have not lost my mind and that we now have clarity as to why I have been isolated at home for the past year and a half with a paralyzed brain. I am lucky to have entered a clinical trial which I hope to one day be able to share with you as I am counting on being one of the 70 percent success stories they have had so far.
As a result, Yolanda just started a 20-day intense treatment to try to repair the damage the Lyme has caused neurologically. The clinical trial has a 70 percent success rate and Yolanda is hoping to be one of its success stories.