It has been a challenging few months for the Curry family, but husband and father Stephen Curry indicated Sunday that things are looking better at home.
“We’re good,” he said after the team’s open practice at Oracle Arena. “Thanks for asking.”
When the Warriors left for Seattle last Thursday, Curry stayed behind in the Bay Area for what was described as personal reasons. The specifics became clear Friday when his wife, Ayesha, posted a picture from a hospital bed.
She had undergone successful surgery to remove her thyroid and a cyst. Ayesha Curry is recovering from a difficult pregnancy during which she was hospitalized multiple times before giving birth to their son, Canon, on July 2.
This is how Ayesha Curry concluded her post-surgery notice on Instagram: “All went well. God is good. Thank you for your prayers.”
Ayesha Curry was batting hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that can result in severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss and electrolyte imbalance. Known for her forays into the food and restaurant business, she conceded that the smell of food sickened her and described herself as “truly very, very sad” during that time.
It seems those days are over, which is great news for Ayesha and quite the relief for her husband, who will be back in the lineup when the Warriors face the Phoenix Suns in a preseason game Monday night at Oracle Arena.
Source: Monte Poole