Who’s Lexi Reed and what happened to influencer Lexi reed?

She is best known in the fitness world and it is not wrong to say that she is an Instagram phenomenon. Who best known for shedding weight almost over 300 pounds. She proved herself and the most surprising thing is that she shed it in less than a year.

Fitness-affected Lexi Reed is on the verge of recovery after being placed on a ventilator during an unknown illness.

Lexi Reed, who documented her journey to losing 312 lbs, is recovering but had to be put on a ventilator in a medically induced coma.

Weight loss influencer Lexi Reed is recovering in the hospital and working on getting “back to health” after being put on a ventilator in a medically induced coma, her husband Danny shared on Thursday.

Reed, 31, started getting severely sick a few weeks ago, Danny explained in a post on her Instagram account.

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A few weeks ago Lexi kept getting sick and couldn’t keep any food down. She then started acting differently so I took her to the hospital where they admitted her into ICU, placed on a medically induced comma, on a ventilator, and me that her organs started failing,”.

If they had waited any longer, Danny said the doctors told him, the outcome would have been dire.

“They said if I waited another day to take her she could have died,” he added in an Instagram Story.

Lexi has been in the hospital for a month now, Danny said, and is awake but still sick.

“She is currently in dialysis, can’t walk, and working on recovery,” he said. “Getting her back to health has been our top priority.”

Danny said that they do not currently have insurance and are considering starting a GoFundMe for her medical costs.

Thank you all for your prayers they all mean so much to us and this will be a long hard battle part of her story but she is strong!” he added.

Lexi gained fame in 2016 as she documented her journey to losing 312 lbs. alongside Danny, who dropped 95 lbs. himself.

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