Amy Schumer Hospitalized For 'Horrible' Infection

Amy Schumer just revealed that she's been hospitalized for several days.

On Friday, April 27, 2018, the comedian took to Instagram to share that she'd been in the hospital getting treatment for a "horrible kidney infection." Sharing photos of herself in a hospital bed, Schumer told her 6.8 million followers, "Here's what I've been up to this week. I was hospitalized for 5 days with a horrible kidney infection. I want to give a big thank you to the doctors, the bad ass nurses also my husband who's name is, i want to say, Chris? and my sisters Kimby and mol who have been by my side the whole time."

The 36-year-old continued, "I wanted to share this with you because this is sexy as hell but mostly because I was meant to go to London for the opening of I Feel Pretty and my doctors have told me that's a no go. I'm really disappointed selfishly to miss this trip because I love London and Europe in general and all the great people (food) there. But I need to put my health first."

Schumer, whose movie I Feel Pretty premiered in the United States on Friday, April 20, 2018, went on, "I am so grateful for all the support the movie is getting. I hope people check it out in England and everywhere else in the world. It's sweet and fun and you will walk out feeling better. Which is something I hope to feel soon too."

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While we hate hearing that Schumer is sick, we're pleased that she has her new husband, Chris Fisher, to help take care of her as she recovers. As Nicki Swift previously reported, Schumer and Fisher married outside of a rented house in Malibu, Calif. on Feb. 13, 2018, just days after going public with their relationship.

Schumer later opened up about the perks of married life, telling E! News, "The best part [of being married] is just having a partner and being like 'I got a team.' It was just me and [my dog] Tatiana and now it's cool, you got someone to go through life with together that you love and you want to be partnered up with."

Feel better soon, Amy!