Jackie ‘O’ Henderson was hospitalized on the Kyle and Jackie O radio show
A radio star Jackie ‘O’ Henderson he was rushed to the hospital halfway through Kyle and Jackie O Show Tuesday, after experiencing chest pains while he was live on air.
Her co-host Kyle Sandilands shared the news with the audience while talking to John Laws.
Sandilands, 52, said Henderson, 48, often had “burning pains down his left arm”, a sign of a heart attack, and was very “sick”.
“I sent Jackie home because she’s very ill … Jackie wasn’t herself, and you didn’t want to come forward,” Sandilands told Laws.
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“She’s not herself, she only had an hour’s sleep and she had surgery yesterday and she has all these pains in her arms and chest.”
The day before, Henderson had a uterine polyp removed.
Sandilands also said on air during another episode of the show, “She went out to lie down. She’s wearing, like, a corset dress and she had surgery yesterday.
“She also didn’t sleep much because of the melatonin tablets Intern Pete kept her on and then she’s been on the Red Bulls this morning.”
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According to the Mayo Clinic, Uterine polyps are “growths attached to the inner wall of the uterus that extend into the uterus”.
Symptoms include heavy periods, unpredictable periods and infertility.
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Just three months ago, Henderson said she suffered a “terrible scare” for her health.
The radio personality appeared on a TV show Studio 10 with her friend and business partner, Gemma O’Neill, to talk about their new business, Besties.
The couple told a story about how, one day while preparing for a photo shoot, Henderson discovered a lump on her breast while applying fake tan.
O’Neill says her friend cried out from the bathroom “in a way that I knew something was wrong”.
“She was standing there, naked – I’m standing there, feeling her breasts – and I said, ‘Yeah, there’s definitely something in there,'” O’Neill said, while Henderson tore up on the bed next. to her.
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“We went from the highest levels to the lowest levels in five minutes. Now, luckily, we got you in very quickly for a mammogram and we went together the next day.
Fortunately, O’Neill revealed that everything ended well: “She was fine. And everything was fine.”
Henderson spoke to the audience, saying that she knows many people put off seeking medical advice because they are afraid of receiving bad news.
“It’s terrible, it really is,” she said.
However, she encouraged everyone watching from home to stay on top of their health