1000-lb Sisters' Tammy Slaton sparks concern after she posts from hospital bed after reaching 639 pounds

1,000-Pound Sisters star Tammy Slaton left fans worried about her well-being after she shared a post from a hospital bed after weighing in at 639 pounds.

Tammy and sister Amy Slaton star on the show which documents their journey to lose weight and keep it off.

Tammy drew concern after sharing a series of posts from inside what appeared to be a hospital.

In one post, she appeared to be in a hospital bed hooked up to machines.

None of Tammy's recent posts have included captions and she hasn't replied to fan comments.

Tammy said nothing in her latest post, but appeared to be in good spirits, capturing her face from several angles.

A concerned fan commented: "Take care of yourself."

Another wrote: "im gonna guess another rehab or assisted living."

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A third commenter wrote: "Be proud of yourself. Looks like you are working hard and it’s paying off. You deserve to live an amazing healthy life walking around, playing with your nephew and doing all the things. Most importantly, you deserve happiness and to be loved by someone that values you. Keep going!! You got this!!"

Fans have been worried about Tammy since 1,000-Pound Sisters premiered on TLC.

She has struggled to lose enough weight to qualify for weight loss surgery, which her doctors have said she desperately needs.

In December, she snapped a photo of herself and a male, thought to be a friend, in what looked like a hospital room.

She smiled for the photo and again ignored fans, some of whom speculated he may be another suitor.

During a December episode of the TLC reality show, which aired prior to Tammy's post, her weight struggles were revealed.

After leaving a food addiction rehab center Tammy weighed in 15 pounds heavier than when she entered.

Her brother Chris, who visited the doctor with her, noted: "Tammy's not doing what she needs to do.

"She's in a relationship with a dude that's not got Tammy's best interest at heart."

Tammy was trying to lose weight to reach her goal of 550-pounds. The scale read 639-pounds, however.

"I'm not happy about it. It I hate it. I hate it," she said.


Another episode of the show captured some contributors to Tammy's woes, showing her vaping, eating pizza and taking shots while on an oxygen machine.

The bender came after Tammy decided to leave food addiction rehab early.

A clip from the episode was shared on Instagram, where fans shared their concerns.

In the clip, Tammy said: "… we've just been drinking, vaping…as a teenager, I wasn't doing any partying. I was super shy about my weight and I didn't really have many friends…"

She went on: "But now I'm to the point where I don't care. I'm gonna be me…"

In the video, Tammy and her pals hit a liquor store before heading back to eat pizza.

She said in a confessional video: "We don't eat healthy, cause for me, if I eat something like pizza or pizza rolls the bread soaks up the alcohol and the grease helps so we don't get too hungover."


Fans flooded the comments with messages of concern.

One commenter wrote: "The show needs to be canceled. She is not taking her health seriously.

"Even from the clips I've seen I feel like we're watching her die."

Another chimed in: "Vaping while on oxygen?? Make it make sense!!"

A third commenter wrote: "How you vaping with the oxygen on your nose! She does not care about her life."

Another commenter slammed Tammy's friends, saying: "They aren't friends. They are users and enablers. Tammy, you need to be off tv and social media so you can focus on getting well. Nobody wants to see you not try!"

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