'Friends' star Matthew Perry reveals he was hospitalised for 3 months

Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry

A recent trailer for a Friends movie Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer also sent fans wild, but was later confirmed to be a hoax.

"Three months in a hospital bed", he tweeted Friday.

Recently, Perry's friend Kayti Edwards spoke about the height of the star's addiction, telling Us Weekly that he was "on a roll for about three months" when she realised how bad it had got.

"We both beat him up". If left untreated, the condition could lead to a serious infection or cause further health complications.

Perry underwent surgery in August for the condition, and a rep told Us Weekly that he was seeking privacy as he recovered from the painful ailment.

The former Friends star took to Twitter on Friday to reveal more about his recovery from a recent surgery, one month after his rep confirmed he underwent a procedure in a Los Angeles hospital to fix a gastrointestinal perforation.

It is not clear whether he has been discharged from hospital, but a statement from his rep said: "He is grateful for the concern and asks for continued privacy as he heals".

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While many fans were sending good thoughts to Matthew, he was inundated with gifs and quotes from Friends.

"Oh man, a GI perf is awful".

One user wrote: "We love you. Check", Matthew wrote, which has since been liked nearly 10,000 times.

Perry has been open with his substance abuse - including a previous Vicodin addiction and alcohol - in the past and has since began using his voice to encourage others get treatment.

It was not clear when Matthew Perry could be released from the hospital for his latest bout with gastrointestinal issues.

"I was on Friends from age 24 to 34".

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