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MAFS: Elizabeth Sobinoff shows off her slim figure in activewear

MAFS: Elizabeth Sobinoff shows off her slim figure in activewear

Married At First Sight’s Lizzie Sobinoff shows off her slim figure in activewear – as she reveals she’s had ‘steroid injections and part of my ear cut off’ in new round of health treatments

Married At First Sight bride Elizabeth Sobinoff is staying positive after her latest round of medical procedures for a mystery ailment.

The former jewellery store manager, 29, shared a gallery of photos to Instagram on Thursday ‘from the last seven days’, and also updated fans on her health.

While the photos showed Lizzie enjoying a day out with her friend, she explained in the caption she’d just ‘had steroid injections and part of my ear cut off’.

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Staying positive: Married At First Sight bride Elizabeth Sobinoff shared a gallery of photos to Instagram on Thursday ‘from the last seven days’ and also updated fans on her health issues

What happened? While the photos showed Lizzie enjoying a day out with her friend, she explained in the caption she'd just 'had steroid injections and part of my ear cut off'

What happened? While the photos showed Lizzie enjoying a day out with her friend, she explained in the caption she’d just ‘had steroid injections and part of my ear cut off’

She promised she would explain her health situation in depth on IGTV at a later date.

‘A few pics from the last seven days. Mortal Kombat with one of my mains, gelato with my aunt, the fur babies, takeaway Thai food with my girls and dirty chai before I was a judge at an event,’ she wrote.

‘I also had steroid injections and part of my ear cut off which I’ll do an IGTV soon.’

Lizzie showed off her slender figure in activewear in the accompanying photos from her trip to the cinema with a friend to see Mortal Kombat.

Day out: Lizzie showed off her slender figure in activewear in the accompanying photos from her trip to the cinema with a friend to see Mortal Kombat

Day out: Lizzie showed off her slender figure in activewear in the accompanying photos from her trip to the cinema with a friend to see Mortal Kombat

Glamorous: Other snaps showed her enjoying a night in with pals, and attending an exclusive event for Channel Nine's Beauty and the Geek

Glamorous: Other snaps showed her enjoying a night in with pals, and attending an exclusive event for Channel Nine’s Beauty and the Geek

Other snaps showed her enjoying a night in with pals, and attending a glamorous event for Channel Nine’s Beauty and the Geek.

While Lizzie did not specify why she required steroid injections and part of her ear removed, she has faced chronic health issues in the past.

She told 9Honey in 2018 she’d been diagnosed with two debilitating illnesses, which have caused her weight to fluctuate over the years. 

'I was on a disability pension': While Lizzie did not specify why she required steroid injections and part of her ear removed, she has faced chronic health issues in the past

‘I was on a disability pension’: While Lizzie did not specify why she required steroid injections and part of her ear removed, she has faced chronic health issues in the past

The first illness is porphyria, a blood disorder that can affect the nervous systems and other organs, including the skin. 

The second is autoimmune disease, a mild form of Lupus that causes her body to attack itself.

She revealed in September last year she’d spent ‘more than a decade’ on a disability pension in her late teens and twenties because she was unable to work.

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Battle: She told 9Honey in 2018 she'd been diagnosed with two debilitating illnesses, which have caused her weight to fluctuate over the years. Pictured on MAFS 2019

Pictured: Elizabeth in February 2020

Battle: She told 9Honey in 2018 she’d been diagnosed with two debilitating illnesses, which have caused her weight to fluctuate over the years. Pictured left on MAFS 2019, and right in February 2020 

Her health problems were exacerbated, she said, because of an early misdiagnosis.

‘Before I went on Married At First Sight, I hadn’t worked for more than a decade. I was on a disability pension because I had a misdiagnosis and everything,’ she said on In the Bath with Aunty Garth.

‘It was a horror story come to life, what had happened,’ she added. 

Candid: She revealed in September last year she'd spent 'more than a decade' on a disability pension in her late teens and twenties because she was unable to work

Candid: She revealed in September last year she’d spent ‘more than a decade’ on a disability pension in her late teens and twenties because she was unable to work

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