Former adult film actress was hospitalized because she could not walk and was diagnosed with a rare disease

The case of Jenna Jameson, a former adult film actress, revealed that she was diagnosed with a strange disease after spending days in a hospital in Hawaii, in the United States, because she could not walk.

Last weekend, doctors performed various tests on him to find out why he was unable to stand. After performing various tests, they detected that he had the syndrome of Guillain barre, a rare disorder that can lead to paralysis and has no cure.

“Hi guys, how are you? I wanted to stop by. I’m still in the hospital. We have some answers. I’m dealing with a little syndrome called Guillain-Barré, ”Jameson said, very discouraged, from her hospital bed.

What were the first symptoms?

Jenna jameson, 47, said he suffered the first symptoms two weeks ago. She was continuously vomiting and her family members decided to transfer her to a hospital where they performed a CT scan, but they did not find any abnormalities.

For this reason, the health specialists discharged him and he returned to his home. However, after two days, his health condition deteriorated rapidly.

“She came home and couldn’t support herself. The muscles in his legs were very weak. I couldn’t walk to the bathroom. When he came back, he was falling and I had to carry her to bed, “recalled Lior Bitton, Jenna’s partner.

Finally, the woman returned to the hospital because her muscles were so weak that she could not stand. Given this, the doctors performed an MRI, a lumbar puncture examination, among other tests. That is how they found the diagnosis in USA

It should be noted that the model thanked her followers for their support and concern. In addition, he indicated that his diagnosis is Guillain-Barré syndrome and not a reaction “to the vaccine against COVID-19, as they hinted on social networks.

So far, he has received doses of intravenous immunoglobulin, a treatment that is applied to people with antibody deficiencies. He hopes to get better and “be out of the hospital soon.”