Hospital was 'boring' for Cyrus

Miley Cyrus spent six nights in hospital after suffering an allergic reaction to medication

Miley Cyrus spent six nights in hospital after suffering an allergic reaction to medication

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Miley Cyrus has revealed she is "doing good" as she opened up about her hospital stay for the first time.

The 21-year-old singer had to cancel the remaining US dates of her Bangerz tour when she suffered an allergic reaction to medication.

She told host Ryan Seacrest on his radio show: "I was on this medicine for five days - everything was all good - and on the sixth day, I just woke up and it was so scary. When you're allergic to something, you're basically poisoning yourself, so I had just basically been poisoning myself with something I didn't know I was really scary allergic to."

Miley was allowed to resume her tour after she spent a night in hospital, but was admitted when she fell ill again.

"It was insane. I was begging the doctors, 'Let me out to go do the show!' It was basically, 'No way'. I never thought I was going to get stuck in there for as long as I did. I thought it was going to be a night and I was in there five or six days," she admitted.

The We Can't Stop pop star admitted she splashed out online including a pink mini-skirt because she was fed up of being in hospital.

"I was crying because I was so bored. I'm laying here hooked to all these machines. Every two hours, some woman comes in and pokes me with a needle, just miserable. There's nothing to do," she recalled.

"My sister got me a bunch of DVDs... She bought me Clueless and The Shining. They were both Blu-Ray... so I couldn't watch that. I ended up doing way too much online shopping, and whatever they had me on to make me not in pain, I made some very questionable choices on what I bought."

Miley has taken steps to avoid another allergic reaction.

"I'm doing good. I just have to be more careful and I'm trying to figure out how I can get a fashionable yet good ID bracelet so I can actually have something that says I am allergic to this medicine, because I can never get anything like this again," she added.

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