It’s lovely to witness celebrity couples who value their marriage and family. Time McGraw and Faith Hill, who starred in “1883,” are a stunning couple, but like all families, they have experienced tragedies and difficulties.

They disclosed in 2022 that Gracie, their 25-year-old daughter, had Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). At the time, they were showered with love and support, and recently, Gracie has used social media to keep everyone updated on her condition.

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GRACIE MCGRAW (@graciemcgra) shared a blog entry.

I just wanted to quickly let you know that I recently received a PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) diagnosis. Out of the five PCOS characteristics, you would need two to receive the proper diagnosis; I had three. “During my appointment with my endocrinologist, I realized that may have been a contributing factor to my weight issues, so we decided to try a medicine to regulate my body more normally and create the tools to continue to keep my body and myself healthy as I get older. ”.

Gracie did not conceal any aspect of her condition, saying, “As much as physical health is important, mental health goes hand in hand with it. I’m learning to navigate the new blemishes but I don’t think that I would have ever allowed myself to go to a doctors appointment like this unless I had taken the right steps toward my mental health. ”.

Fans of the young McGraw have praised her online for being open about her condition.

PCOS is a very prevalent hormone issue for women of childbearing age, according to John Hopkins Medicine. These women may not ovulate and may have high levels of androgens. Others have tiny cysts on their ovaries. Additionally, PCOS can lead to irregular menstrual cycles, excessive hair growth, acne, infertility, and weight gain. “Sending love to those who are going through the same thing or literally anything. It’s a long road, but we can get through it. Mental health is freaking hard,” the star continued.

“I share my experience in the hopes that someone who can relate will hear about my circumstance.

I’ve had a body thanks to the medication I’m taking for years—or maybe even forever. Although it’s challenging, I’m managing to love her. ”.

The young woman’s candor sparked an immediate response from fans, who thanked her and used adjectives like “brave” and “beautiful” to describe her. Unfortunately, Gracie has gone through a lot with regard to her body. She was called out on her appearance in 2021 and responded by embracing herself while displaying some dance moves. I eventually went to a store and chose the biggest size they had in a dress, which was an 8, btw (bs), and I wear a 10, and the lady who was working in the store literally took the dress out of my hands and said “that’s not going to fit you,” she wrote in the beginning of the caption. She wrote on Instagram, “Well first, duh because idk it’s not my size?? and second the fact that she literally took the dress out of my hands and verbally told me that I was too big for it really made me upset.” She continued, “It didn’t only make me upset that she was basically calling me too big but it mostly made me upset because so many stores do this, they only put smaller sizes out and then when you try on their bigger sizes they don’t even go above your knees. “I’ve been wearing the same jean size for two or three years, and every time I try a new brand—or even the same one I previously owned—the size 30 is somehow smaller even though my own body has remained the same size. It literally applies to everything, not just pants. ”.

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shared a blog entry under the handle @graciemcgra.

Naturally, Tim McGraw and the rest of Gracie’s family are behind her. Tim opened up about his daughter in 2020, expressing his pride in her in the following way: “Gracie, our oldest daughter, is an actress in L.
, and she always inspires me to be better because she is such a strong, independent young woman who speaks her mind. “Gracie has obviously maintained her authenticity despite her condition. Comment below and let us know what you think about her bravery and openness!