Ashley Tisdale: Urgent Care Visit!

Ashley Tisdale: Urgent Care Visit!

Ashley Tisdale chats on her phone while leaving the Urgent Care area of a hospital on Wednesday (February 27) in Burbank, Calif.

The 27-year-old actress was dropped off by her mom and later came out with her boyfriend musician Christopher French. We hope she’s okay!

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“Working 17 hours a day on top of a sinus infection and being extremely tired may cause an accident…. Literally #sotired #stillnovoice,” Ashley tweeted. Feel better, Ash!

That same day, Ashley and Chris were spotted heading out to lunch in Studio City.

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  • julie

    omg poor Ashley :((

  • http://www.okashley.blogspot.com Gonzalo

    Feel better, Ashley <3
    ALWAYS with YOU :)

  • http://unicornduchess07.tumblr.com jadeomg

    hope she feels better.

  • gabby

    hope everythng is alright.. will pray for her.

  • Kevin

    She’s a cutie!

  • Steven Soran

    Other diagnostic tests to assess the potential causes for sinusitis may include a mucus culture, nasal endoscopy (see below), X-rays, allergy testing, CT scan of the sinuses, or blood work.**,”

    My own, personal online site
    <http://healthmedicinebook.com

  • Georgette Hinnen

    Until the late 1970s, there were few tools to help pinpoint sinusitis, and treatment was difficult. Medications were limited, and surgery involved major incisions and a lengthy recovery time. In recent years, diagnosis and treatment have vastly improved. The course of sinusitis is better understood, and advances such as CT scans, minimally invasive procedures, and more powerful antibiotics are making even the balkiest cases more manageable..–’

    Remember to pay a visit to our very own blog <http://healthmedicinebook.com/

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