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Kris Aquino gets anaphylactic shock during shoot in Indonesia

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 11:30 AM July 28, 2018

 


Kris Aquino. Image:Instagram/krisaquino

Queen of All Media Kris Aquino went through another health scare after having an anaphylactic reaction during a shoot in Indonesia.

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An anaphylactic reaction is a widespread and often very serious allergic reaction. During an episode, a patient experiences dizziness, loss of consciousness, labored breathing, low blood pressure, heart failure and sometimes even death.

She posted a photo of herself in what appears to be her home bedroom together with her son Joshua and her medical team who attended to her. After her reaction, Kris was immediately flown back to the Philippines for her medication.

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Her doctors advised her to go on a 5-day rest before she gets back to work.

“Thank you to my doctors here in the 🇵🇭. i need 5 days of total rest to flush out all allergens that attacked my body…,” she added.

Supporters sent Kris their get well messages. Noticeably, the actress often posts about hospital visits due to different health risks. It was not long ago when the TV host revealed that she has been “cleared” of any serious illness from a potentially “stressful medical condition.”

She even went to the US to have herself checked.   /muf

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