Noah Centineo Has Surgery to Remove Tonsils After 7 Years of 'Chronic Tonsillitis and Strep Throat'
Noah Centineo revealed he had the surgery on Friday
Noah Centineo will be eating loads of ice cream for the next couple of weeks.
On Sunday, The Perfect Date star revealed he had undergone surgery on Friday to have his tonsils removed after experiencing seven years of chronic tonsilitis and strep throat.
"Got my tonsils taken out 2 days ago. Goodbye chronic tonsillitis and strep throat," Centineo wrote on Instagram. "I hope you enjoyed your free stay for the last 7 years."
The 24-year-old actor included a series of photos and videos in his post. In one selfie he showed his inflamed white tonsils before the surgery, a sign on tonsillitis.
He also uploaded a video of himself taken right after the procedure, showing fans the back of his throat and saying, "Alright. Finished it."
Several fans sent their well wishes in the comments section. "Hope you feel much better soon 🙏🏽," one fan account wrote.
"Ahh that is the worst! Hope you have a quick recovery," another fan added.
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