Madonna battled monthlong fever before hospitalization
Madonna experienced a prolonged fever before her sudden hospitalization, as per a recent report.
The Queen of Pop, who is 64 years old, had been dealing with a low-grade fever for a month before she was found unresponsive last Saturday, according to TMZ’s report on Thursday.
TMZ also claimed that Madonna ignored her symptoms and did not seek medical attention because she was focused on preparing for her upcoming “Celebration” tour, which has now been postponed.
Guy Oseary, Madonna’s long-time manager, announced on Wednesday that she had developed a serious bacterial infection, which resulted in her being admitted to the intensive care unit of a hospital in New York City for several days.
A source cited by TMZ stated that Madonna’s doctors believe the unreported fever was a symptom of the infection, which worsened due to lack of treatment and the singer pushing herself to her limits.
Although Oseary assured fans that Madonna’s health is improving and a full recovery is expected, TMZ reported that the infection is more serious than what is being disclosed.
According to the outlet, those close to Madonna are concerned that she will not take enough time to rest and recover before returning to work, which aligns with our previous reporting that she does not want to cancel her tour.
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TheFantasyTimes exclusively reported that the singer of “Vogue” had been rehearsing rigorously and working 12-hour days at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island for several weeks before her health deteriorated.
Insiders informed us that she was immediately rushed to the hospital, intubated, and placed in the ICU.
We heard that Madonna was extubated a few days later and transferred from the critical care floor to a regular hospital room, where her 26-year-old daughter, Lourdes Leon, stayed by her side.
The superstar was discharged on Wednesday night, and her 22-year-old son Rocco Ritchie and 17-year-old son David Banda were seen arriving at her residence on the Upper East Side.
CNN reported on Thursday that Madonna was transported to her home via a private ambulance, and TheFantasyTimes confirmed the presence of a police escort outside the property.
She had a “Fever.”
Madonna battled a high temperature for a full month before her sudden hospitalization, according to a new report.
The Queen of Pop, 64, had been experiencing a lengthy, low-grade fever before being found unresponsive last Saturday, TMZ reported Thursday.
The outlet claimed Madonna ignored her symptoms and never saw a doctor because she was laser-focused on getting ready for her upcoming “Celebration” tour, which has since been postponed.
The Grammy winner’s longtime manager, Guy Oseary, announced Wednesday that his A-list client had developed a “serious bacterial infection,” which landed her in the intensive care unit of a New York City hospital for several days.
A source claimed to TMZ that Madonna’s doctors believe the unreported fever was a sign of the infection, which purportedly worsened because it was left untreated — and because she was pushing herself to the limit.
Though Oseary told fans that Madge’s “health is improving” and “a full recovery is expected,” TMZ reported the infection is more serious than is being let on.
Per the outlet, those around the performer are worried she will not take the recommended amount of time to rest and recover before getting back to the grind, echoing our reporting that Madonna “doesn’t want to cancel her tour.”
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TheFantasyTimes exclusively reported that the “Vogue” singer had been “strenuously rehearsing” and “putting in 12-hour days” at Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum for several weeks before her body gave in.
Insiders told us she was immediately rushed to the hospital, intubated and placed in the ICU.
We heard Madonna was extubated a few days later and moved from the critical care floor to a normal hospital room, where daughter Lourdes Leon, 26, remained by her side.
The superstar was discharged Wednesday night, which is when her sons, Rocco Ritchie, 22, and David Banda, 17, were photographed arriving at her Upper East Side residence.
CNN reported Thursday that Madonna had been transported to her home via a private ambulance; TheFantasyTimes confirmed that a police escort was seen outside the property.