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Former Hong Kong actress Michelle Reis out of ICU after life-threatening ailment

Former Hong Kong actress Michelle Reis out of ICU after life-threatening ailment

HONG KONG – Retired actress Michelle Reis has been discharged from hospital after being in intensive look after 48 hours.

The Nineties Hong Kong star shared two pictures from the hospital mattress final Saturday (Jan 15) and wrote in her Instagram publish that she had “narrowly escaped dying”.

She later issued an announcement with extra particulars.

Within the early hours of final Tuesday, the 51-year-old felt her coronary heart racing, had difficulties respiration and was unable to maintain her stability.

After calling her physician, she was instantly whisked to the hospital.

“My physician later advised me that if I had delayed the therapy any longer, ‘the world could be lacking Michelle Reis’,” she mentioned.

Whereas she didn’t disclose what ailment she suffered from, she talked about that her blood strain had plunged, which affected her liver, kidney, coronary heart, lungs and different organs.

“The human physique is like this. One organ impacts one other organ,” she mentioned, thanking well-wishers for his or her concern and advising them to deal with their well being.

Reis, who’s married to Hong Kong tycoon Julian Hui, added: “Being alive is a victory.”

The previous magnificence queen, who had acted reverse large names reminiscent of Andy Lau, Stephen Chow and Leon Lai, just lately got here out of retirement to seem as a visitor choose on Hong Kong expertise present King Maker in December 2021.

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