Selena Gomez Shows Off Her Kidney Complication's Scar for the First Time in a Bikini

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Since the kidney transplant, fans from all across the world have been praying for Selena's health and well-being, and now it looks like that the Come & Get It singer has gained her confidence back. Recently, Selena was photographed on a private yacht while having a fun time at the Sydney Harbor.

This is her first appearance since the news came that Justin and Selena decided to take a break. Selena was all smiles during her time in the sun and was looking confident. The Wolves singer was not only enjoying, but she also showed off her kidney complication's scar near her inner thigh. So, let us know more about her complications.


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Since the kidney transplant, the only thing that I've heard about Selena is that she is spending time with Justin Bieber. But, now seeing her enjoy time with friends has certainly lightened up the mood.

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The singer revealed about her kidney transplant in September 2017.

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n September 2017, Selena posted a picture of her kidney transplant and revealed that she underwent the process due to lupus. Selena's long-time friend, actress Francia Raísa was the donor.


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After the transplant, the 25-year-old singer even talked about the complications she had during the transplant procedure. Francia Raísa also said, “My kidney was very active, and when she turned, she broke an artery. They had to take her into emergency surgery and get a vein from her leg and build a new artery to keep my kidney in place.”“The singer was on the verge of dying,” said Rasia.

Also read : Selena Gomez is Undoubtedly the Carbon Copy of her Mother


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The inner thigh scar which Selena got from the kidney transplant complications was first time seen by the world. The injury looked deep, but it has done the healing.


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She looked happy. We pray she stays the same.






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