Homes Under The Hammer star Martin Roberts said the cause of his illness remains a ‘mystery’ after he was rushed to hospital with ‘hours to live’ on Wednesday and had to undergo an emergency surgery
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Martin Roberts’ illness remains a “mystery” after he was rushed to hospital with “hours to live”.
Yesterday, The Homes Under The Hammer star freaked out fans by revealing he was taken straight to the hospital for respiratory problems, where they discovered he had a heart problem and it was dangerous. liquid around.
He was rushed straight in for emergency surgery and he now believes he might not have been here if he hadn’t made it to the hospital, as he has provided fans with an update on his situation.
Martin appeared on Channel 5’s The Jeremy Vine Show from the hospital in Bath when he admitted it was a close call.
Explaining what happened to him while appearing on the show, he said: “They took out a liter and a half of fluid and that pushed the heart, stopped it from dilating, which was what it needed to do to get the blood going. everywhere. body.”
“I was brought in at noon and at five o’clock I was having emergency surgery with a tube in my body. They pulled out a liter and a half of fluid,” he added when explaining his health to the person. present. Jeremy Vine.
However, Martin admits the cause of the disease is still a mystery to doctors.
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He added: “They’re just figuring out what causes it right now. They don’t know yet so they’re doing some more investigation. But the message is, if you have breathing problems, if you have pain in your chest, especially the spots – we are terrible at it.
“You know? If you hadn’t gone to the hospital, you’d probably be dead, Jeremy.”
Martin revealed the news of his hospitalization yesterday in a video he shared with fans on social media.
“Well, I must say this is not the place I expected to see Homes Under the Hammer,” he said, “A little bit of good news, a little bit of bad news. I was hospitalized yesterday in Bath. I had a few. the chest pain and the general feeling was lousy, so I was brought in here and it turned out that I had a large amount of fluid around my heart, which was actually shutting down my heart.
“If they don’t get out of it, which they did in an emergency surgery last night, it’s pretty serious, like, hours of c***. So I’m still here. , still here, thank god, thank god and angels, all that.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/martin-roberts-says-illness-a-26771466 Martin Roberts says illness is 'a mystery' as he gives health update after arriving in hospital