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Is Charlene of Monaco really too sick to fly to family? A doctor explains

2021-10-16T05:10:36.694Z

Due to her state of health, Charlène von Monaco still has to stay in South Africa. A doctor explains possible causes.



Due to her state of health, Charlène von Monaco still has to stay in South Africa.

A doctor explains possible causes.

Monaco - There has been a lot of speculation about the health of Charlene of Monaco in recent months.

The Princess has been living in Johannesburg in South Africa since January instead of in her homeland of Monaco, which is also where her family is.

The 43-year-old hardly sees her children and her husband, Prince Albert.

The rumor mill was seething.

What is the state of health of Charlène of Monaco?

The official reason for the involuntary stay in her old home: Because of an ear, nose and throat infection, she was not allowed to fly, a doctor had also advised her to concentrate on health.

The

Daily Mail

recently

announced that the princess had offered to mediate in a royal family dispute between the Zulu royals.

A positive sign on the mend, it seems.

Recently, fans were very worried about the princess, who looked clearly drawn from her illness in pictures and even had to be hospitalized after a breakdown.

Doctor explains: Possible causes of Princess Charlène's illness

The state chairman of the professional association of ENT doctors, Dr. Bernhard Junge-Hülsing, opposite

Bunte.de

: “Inflammations of the paranasal sinuses are among the most common diseases. The information about the princess' illness is very general. Apparently it is the result of an acute infection in May. ”He went on to describe how drastic the situation could be:“ After sinus infections, which are usually bacterial, the pus in the paranasal sinuses is encapsulated in rare cases . Very rarely, such an infection can then spread to the brain or, for example, the eye sockets. "

In addition to the possible dire consequences, it can also lead to impairments in everyday life. "Everyday life is mainly influenced by reduced concentration and performance," Junge-Hülsing told

Bunte.de

. However, it is not known whether the princess is struggling with these complications. The flight ban could also be caused by complications resulting from sinus surgery. As long as the palace does not provide detailed information to its followers itself, one can only speculate about the real causes.

Basically, however, it is dangerous to fly with an acute infection when it comes to pressure equalization.

There is a risk of damage and injuries with bleeding, but above all very severe pain, emphasized the doctor.

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Source: merkur

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