Anerlisa stated that Last Saturday she collapsed while stepping out for work and later on woke up at a city hospital with sharp pains below her rib cage that she could not explain.
After the Doctors examination, she was diagnosed with Pancreatitis a disease that had been caused by gallstones over the years without her knowledge.
“Good Morning :) Every day you are able to sleep and wake up well, always give thanks to God.
Last Saturday I woke up very well, got ready for the day, but on getting out of the house I collapsed. I remember waking up in NH with a sharp pain below my rib cage that nobody could understand.....Minutes later I was diagnosed with Pancreatitis that is caused by gallstones which had formed over the year’s unnoticed” reads Anerlisa’s Post
She went ahead to reveal that she is fairing on well after being discharged from Hospital, sending out her gratitude’s to all who ensured that she gets her health back.
“I thank God for atleast getting my health back and that's why I was able to take pictures of moments at NH . A big thank you to my family for always being there for me,Thanks to my health insurance for sorting part of my hospital bills. Thanks to everyone who took care of me in NH especially the dedicated nurses who were with me throughout and finally an enormous thank you to DK for flying back to Nairobi just to be with me. God bless you and may you and all your loved ones stay healthy ALWAYS.” Wrote Anerlisa
She also advised her many followers on Instagram to ensure that they go for checkup, once in a while because some diseases just come without our knowledge.
“The Dr. assured me that it doesn't matter whether you are the best athlete or the like, everybody has to go for body check up every now and then because some diseases just come without our knowledge.” Reads Anerlisa Advice
Anerlisa’s health Condition prompted us to dig deep and try to understand what the diseases is, if its life threatening and if it can cause death.
Pancreatitis can appear in two very different ways. Acute pancreatitis is sudden while chronic pancreatitis is recurring or persistent. Some cases of pancreatitis may be mild and go away on their own without treatment. However, severe cases can lead to potentially fatal complications, including death.
Severe pancreatitis can result in damage to other vital organs such as the heart, lung and kidneys. There are two forms of pancreatitis: acute and chronic: Acutepancreatitis occurs suddenly and may result in life-threatening complications; however the majority of patients (80 percent) recover completely.
If they aren't, you may develop complications like pancreatic cysts, abscesses, and leaks of pancreatic fluid into the abdomen, which can lead to other long-term problems or even death. Shock is a possibly fatal complication of acutepancreatitis
However, one in five cases are severe and can result in life-threatening complications, such as multiple organ failure. In severe cases where complications develop, there's a high risk of the condition being fatal. In England, just over 1,000 people die from acute pancreatitis every year.