One of the Triplets Ghetto Kids members, Patricia Sitya Loss, real name Patricia Nabakooza, is currently receiving medical attention at Nakasero Hospital as she battles a throat complication. It’s reported that she started experiencing respiratory difficulties last Wednesday, as stated by the Triplets Ghetto Kids manager, Daouda Kavuma.
Due to Kavuma’s unavailability, he directed one of his Boda cyclists to take Patricia to Malcolm Hospital for a checkup. Fortunately, she was administered on a breathing-aiding machine to help her breathe normally, and she was then referred to Nsambya Hospital.
Although her vital organs were sound, she insisted on feeling something lodged in her throat, which caused difficulty in breathing. Patricia believes that the current health condition might have resulted from a medication she consumed a while back, which got trapped in her throat.
After receiving treatment at Nakasero Hospital, Patricia’s voice was restored to normalcy. However, medical professionals plan to conduct an endoscopy to check her esophagus closely. The doctors also mentioned that Patricia will need to fast for ten hours before the procedure.
We all hope for Patricia’s quick recovery and good health. It’s important to prioritize our health, and it’s always advisable to seek medical attention when experiencing any form of discomfort. In the words of John F. Kennedy, “Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, but it is also the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” Therefore, maintaining a healthy lifestyle should be a top priority for everyone.
It’s essential to remember that health is wealth, and as the saying goes, “Prevention is better than cure.” It’s vital to adopt healthy habits, such as eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, and getting enough rest. It’s also crucial to seek medical attention when necessary and follow the doctor’s advice to maintain good health.
In conclusion, let’s keep Patricia Nabakooza Sitya Loss in our thoughts and prayers as she battles her throat complication. We hope she makes a quick recovery and returns to her daily activities soon. Remember, your health is your responsibility, and prioritizing it will ensure a healthy and fulfilling life.