Dorota Nvotová has her own travel agency, through which she shows customers, for example, the beauties of Nepal. She also went there a few days ago.
But Dorothy would not have dreamed that during this stay she would be fighting for her life. As she confided in her friends and supporters, rescuers had to ratify her. “If you smoke, fly often, or go to high altitudes, or take birth control pills, or not all at once, please take something to dilute your blood. It’s not funny at all, ” the singer appealed to all.
As she later explained, hospitalization was necessary. However, she encountered unpleasant complications at the hospital due to problems with poorly equipped travel insurance. “After a very serious and dangerous disease – a pulmonary embolism, when I almost lost my life, I have been waiting for three hours with packed bags to be released from the hospital. The kind and caring staff who saved my life cannot let me go. ” revealed Nvotová, who had a problem establishing communication with the insurance company. Thanks to this post, she finally succeeded.
“The insurance company finally sent a letter to the hospital that it would pay for my helicopter transport, hospitalization and treatment. So they let me leave the hospital. She did so only after my internet site, ” she later wrote on Dorota’s social media. At the same time, she admitted that an embolism happened to her while sleeping in a hotel room in a mountain town at 3,500 meters. “No climbing and game, but a small town with internet, cafes with Italian coffee, a small emergency clinic and a cinema,” Dorota added, again warning everyone to be careful not to fall as badly as she did.
It is a disease in which the flow of blood from the heart to the lungs is blocked. The cause of this condition is a blood clot. Late intervention causes serious complications – heart failure, pulmonary hypertension and sudden death.
This is not the first time that Nvotová has fought for her life in Nepal. In 2008, she had typhus, which affected her lungs and gallbladder. The treatment lasted 4 weeks at that time and she still felt pain half a year later.