29-year-old Ukrainian actress Ekaterina Tyshkevich shared shocking details of her illness. The star of the series “Immortelle” was recently hospitalized again, reports WomanEL. The celebrity got in touch with subscribers and admitted about the terrible course of the disease and talked about how she was feeling now.
It became known earlier that Tyshkevich often suffered from severe headaches. Doctors cannot identify an “organic cause”; they believe that it may be “a functional breakdown of the brain, biochemistry.” Ekaterina tried to overcome the pain with the help of medications and maintained her usual rhythm of life.
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However, the situation escalated, and Catherine was hospitalized in a mental hospital in Odessa. There she was offered an antidepressant to relieve chronic pain. The catheter procedure resulted in poor health and severe pain in the catheter hand. The actress went home for further treatment as she was believed to have contracted the virus. But later she got worse, she was diagnosed with sepsis and then her organs gradually began to fail.
I really don’t remember much after that. As I understand it, my liver began to fail, along with all other organs, because sepsis began. That is, because of the catheter, an infection got from the skin, as we were later told, staphylococcus, it seems, and I began to “move away,” Tyshkevich openly shared on her Instagram story.
The movie star was connected to mechanical ventilation (artificial ventilation) and miraculously survived after a coma.
By the way, the story of Ekaterina Tyshkevich becomes an example of the difficulties that even public figures can face in the process of treating serious diseases. Her sincerity on this topic can provoke reflection and support from those who also face similar challenges.
We would like to remind you that Tyshkevich was treated not only in Ukraine, but also abroad, but all this did not give results, only temporary relief .