Bethenny Frankel has revealed the condition behind her health scare: uterine fibroids.

“I’d lost ten percent of my blood, my uterus had doubled in size and my fibroids had grown larger,” the “Real Housewives of New York City” star told People of being diagnosed with fibroids in 2013. “I was scared.”

Frankel was so scared, she created a living will (with daughter Bryn, 6, as her beneficiary) and believes her fibroids caused a miscarriage at eight weeks in 2012.

When her fatigue, anemia, pain and bleeding became too unbearable to hide, she was forced to make them part of her “RHONY” storyline, despite initially dealing with her medical crises in private.

The Skinny Girl mogul underwent surgery to remove the fibroids, some of which were the size of a softball, in May, but the process was “extremely painful.”

“I slept in bed for like a week,” said Frankel, 45. “I focused on getting healthy, drinking green juices and eating a lot of bright-colored foods so I could help myself heal as fast as possible. You know, just trying not to have a BLT be the first thing I eat.”

“I feel really good. I look forward to walking on the beach,” she adds. “I’m in a really happy place right now. It was, overall, a very enlightening experience.”

She hopes to share her experience with other women when her diagnosis is revealed on this week’s episode of the Bravo hit.

“No one really talks about them,” Frankel said. “I didn’t realize how many people have them. It’s still something women don’t share.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.