Ghetto Radio presenter Celina Njoki diagnosed with Deep Vein Thrombosis
Truth be told, diseases are our worst nightmare. We all remember NTV’s Janet Kanini Ikua’s fight with lung cancer. Luckily, she was able to win battle.
However, yet another media personality has been diagnosed with a rare disease known as deep vein thrombosis.
Celina Njoki, a presenter at Ghetto Radio, took to one of her social media pages and broke the sad news.
Apparently, the presenter has for some time now been feeling unwell, something that has seen her in and out of hospital.
“Hi my dearest friends. Of late, I have not been feeling well… I have been in and out of hospital, being admitted and discharged… Am suffering from (Deep Vein Thrombosis-DVT),” she wrote.
In her post, she pointed out that she was in dire need of a blood donor, preferably blood group O (+) positive.
“If you can donate please come to Avenue Hospital in Parklands and ask for Celina Njoki at the female ward,” she wrote.
According to Mayo clinic’s website, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) occurs when a blood clot (thrombus) forms in one or more of the deep veins in your body, usually in your legs.
Deep vein thrombosis can cause leg pain or swelling, but may occur without any symptoms.
However, Njoki also got to post a disturbing picture of a hospital set up.
Check out the post below:
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