Pink’s husband Carey Hart is lifting weights because he has a catheter in his chest due to an infection
Pink Carey Hart’s husband lifts weights because he has a catheter in his chest: ‘My old and infected self is still reaching for it’
Pink’s husband Carey Hart was spotted working out with a kettlebell on Thursday as he has a catheter in his chest.
The one-time motocross competitor, 47, took to Instagram on Thursday to document his physical recovery after spinal fusion surgery in Decemberas he shared a snap of his home workout and a message of optimism as he goes through a tough time.
Hart, who is father to daughter Willow, 11, and six-year-old son Jameson with the 43-year-old Grammy-winning singer, said last month that the infection he had led to a catheter being placed in his chest.
“Chest tube baby”, Seal Beach, California the native captioned a picture of him wearing black shorts with black gloves and working out on the red carpet. “My old and infected self is still looking for it.”
Hart said he is halfway through the antibiotic treatment he is undergoing and that he has enjoyed the new training line from Fox Racing Moto, adding: “Check out all their technical gear for men and women!!! Everything is legal.”
The latest: Carey Hart, 47, Pink’s husband, was spotted exercising with weights on Thursday as he has a catheter in his chest
Hart concluded the message by saying, “No excuses folks, you got it. Take care of yourself, give 100%.”
Hart detailed his medical situation last month when he posted three images of him injecting himself with antibiotics through a home medicine cabinet and what his chest looks like with a catheter and wires attached to it.
He said he found out “a couple of days before Christmas” that he had “an infection in the old equipment”. [his] body,” leading to a busy holiday season.
“I had this tunneled catheter in my chest,” Hart said. “Now for the next 41 days I have to do antibiotic injections to knock this sucker out.
“I can handle a bone sticking out of my skin, but that catheter is definitely unnerving. I wonder if I can push some caffeine through it? Just kidding.’
Hart, who recently celebrated his 17th anniversary with the Get the Party Started artist, said widespread medical care was not something he wanted to start the new year with, but he was “grateful that it was found and that modern medicine has the tools for the treatment of .’
He concluded by saying, “Six weeks is going to be a long time, but I’ve got it.” I’m coming back better and stronger. Take care everyone and be healthy!”
On December 1, Hart posted a picture of himself in a hospital bed after surgery on Instagram.
‘Surgery went great!!!!!’ he said. “I have already gotten out of bed 3 times, rolling around the surgical center. It ended up with the vertebrae fused together because the joint was a little bit jammed.”
Hart recently celebrated his 17th birthday with the Get the Party Started artist, who was photographed at an event in Los Angeles in November
Last month, Hart revealed that he was undergoing intensive treatment for an infection that required the use of a catheter placed in his chest
Hart shared a picture of his home medicine cabinet with the antibiotics he takes
Hart posted a picture of his chest with a catheter and wires attached to it
Pink and Hart were photographed in May 2021 at an event in Los Angeles