Miley Cyrus will spend 'several weeks' in silence after vocal cord surgery

Miley Cyrus Undergoes Vocal Cord Surgery After Tonsilitis

Miley Cyrus Undergoes Vocal Cord Surgery After Tonsilitis

While Cyrus is taking a reprieve from her vocals, Simpson released a new song last month titled "Golden Thing", which is inspired by Cyrus.

People said that doctors discovered damage in her vocal cords, which she had unknowingly had for years, while treating her for tonsillitis in the hospital last month. "Any strain will prolong the healing".

The pair went public with their relationship last month, just two months after Cyrus split from her husband, Liam Hemsworth. "They are still doing well", the source says. "Cody will make sure she isn't bored while she recovers".

Miley Cyrus will reportedly need weeks to recover after undergoing surgery on her vocal cords. She was told she had to have more surgery by the end of the year and that recovery would include several weeks of silence.

On Friday, Cyrus' boyfriend Cody Simpson posted a Instagram photo of the duo with the caption "success" seemingly alluding to the surgery.

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As a result of the issue, Cyrus, who has been working on new music, has needed to put recording and performing on hold.

Almost three weeks ago, Cyrus shared that she had taken a break from singing.

Multiple sources confirmed to PEOPLE on Saturday that Cyrus had left the hospital following her surgery.

"Miley's hand down the front of Cody's trousers is all about shock value to the world and a secret message between the two of them", she said, referring to a recent Instagram photo showing the shirtless "iYiYi" singer posing while Miley's hand was touching his crotch.

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