Phillip Schofield poses shirtless after surgery to fix 'frustrating' health woe

Phil is spending his summer break from This Morning wisely

It’s only day four of Phillip Schofield's summer break from This Morning, but he's already been very productive.

SEE: Phillip Schofield reveals private home gym during hot and sweaty workout

On Thursday the presenter shared a photo of himself with a patch over his eye, explaining: "Finally got the INCREDIBLY frustrating 'floaters' sucked out of my left eyeball," before sharing a shirtless photo with his ECG stickers still attached.

Loading the player...

WATCH: Phillip Schofield makes home confession live on air

"Was I supposed to come home with these still on?" he asked his followers. ECG stickers are there to monitor your heart during surgery, so there was no need for him to wear them home!

MORE: Inside Phillip Schofield's £2million bachelor pad after split from wife

READ: Phillip Schofield risks allergic reaction in This Morning segment

Floaters in your vision can appear as small dark dots, squiggly lines, rings or cobwebs and are caused by gel inside your eyes changing. They're generally more common among older people and can be caused by retinal detachment.

Floaters aren't generally cause for concern and sometimes go away on their own, but if they're caused by a retinal detachment, they can be serious and can lead to permanent vision loss if not treated, according to the NHS.

Phillip shared this photo post-surgery

Phil's surgery would either have involved a small incision in his eye, or a laser would be used to break up the floaters and make them less noticeable.

READ: This Morning viewers confused by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield's final appearance on show

The presenter's operation follows a busy day on Wednesday, where he spent three hours kayaking. He shared a photo from his water session captioned: "Three-hour upper body workout. I'm going to feel it tomorrow."

Phillip posted this shirtless snap

No wonder he felt like sharing a shirtless selfie after all that working out!

Like this story? Sign up to our HELLO! Mail newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

You're on HELLO!'s global site. Click to return to HELLO! India Go back