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Russell Grant's eyesight saved after gruelling five hour operation to remove brain tumour

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Strictly Come Dancing star revealed that he has been briefed not to sneeze or blow his nose for the next six months as he goes through the recovery period - and he's also on strict orders not to travel.The astrologer has claimed that he "saw [a health problem] coming" back in 2019, due to his line of work.He also says he consulted two trusted friends in the same industry for advice on the most auspicious day for his op to take place.It's been a tense time for the 71-year-old, who has battled health problems for much of his life, and once faced blood pressure readings so high that his astonished doctor told him he should be dead."I am now on the road to recovery," he announced, adding: "There are a few complications to sort out."He claims he had "foreseen" the major health event three years earlier, but had never expected the problem to be his brain.Russell clarified: "As you know I saw something pretty major coming when giving my lecture in Blackpool on December 1, 2019, so I was prepared.""I didn't shout about the growth as I’d been waiting for a knee operation which was due Easter 2020, so many of you would have presumed I was going in for that," he elaborated to the Mirror.The star added that Covid had "ruined" his plans and forced him to postpone the initial knee op, but that it's now the next item on his to-do list.He has been blighted by health complications since childhood, tending to have received bronchitis every festive season as a very unwelcome Christmas gift.His voice was also plagued by laryngitis, while he has also struggled with asthma.He has also clarified that, as an adult, he had "teetered on the edge of pneumonia and pleurisy" due to his ear, nose and throat woes.Meanwhile, the astrologer has also.

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