Ruby Rose faces yet another health setback after surgery to address a spine issue

The beloved actress still managed to make light of the situation!

Ruby Rose has opened up about yet another health setback just days after revealing she had gone under the knife to correct a longstanding spine issue.
Taking to Instagram, the actress and model shared a picture of herself slumped over a toilet as she suffered from an adverse reaction to Codeine.
She remained characteristically stoic about the ordeal and even managed to find a glimmer of humour in her unfortunate predicament.
"Ever found out you're allergic to Codine [sic] in an entirely pink room... with pink walls, pink stairs, pink doors, all while you're 4 hours from home neither... but that would really suck," she wrote.

The Orange Is The New Black star recently went under the knife to address a longstanding health issue -- a procedure which temporarily left her in a wheelchair.
On Twitter, the Aussie-native shared a picture of herself in a wheelchair alongside a lengthy caption revealing that she had been dealing with an unspecified spine issue for some ten years.
The 31-year-old decided to get candid about her health in an attempt to head off any concerns fans might have before paparazzi had the opportunity to snap pictures of her "wheeling around LA."
"I am now recovering from a back procedure, but I do need to stay active," she wrote, before adding, "so before I get seen with my cane and wheelchair in public, I'd rather put it out there that I'm fine and going to be fine."
The Pitch Perfect 3 star later posted another wheelchair-bound photo of herself this time alongside Veronica's singer girlfriend Jessica Origliasso, thanking her for her ongoing support.
"Behind every strong female lead is another strong female lead," she wrote on Instagram.

Ruby recently revealed she attends couple therapy with girlfriend Jess after a very public Twitter spat with the other Veronica, Lisa Origliasso.
Although the actress often gushes about how lucky she is to be dating Jess, she told radio hosts Kyle and Jackie O it isn't always smooth sailing -- especially when they're forced to go long distance so often.
"Every relationship has ups and downs, and great moments, but that's what I love about it," she told the duo.
"I swear by it with every relationship ever - and that's therapy. "I think it's the greatest thing for an individual first. You need to know yourself and heal yourself and love yourself to love someone else."