ITV Love Island star back in hospital as doctors baffled by mystery health condition
18.11.2023 - 09:01
Wes Nelson has revealed he's been back in hospital after his "scary" mystery illness returned with doctors left baffled as they attempt to get to the bottom of the issue. The former Love Island star, 25, who found fame on the ITV2 show in 2018, initially found himself in hospital back in May, when he began to lose his vision and consciousness while at home. He underwent tests but the issue was not uncovered.
After making a full recovery, Wes has now explained that he was rushed to hospital again in early November with the same issue, but this time things were "scary". "It was scary this time," he told the Mirror. "I was fine and [my health] picked up, but recently it's happened again.
I was very disorientated." Wes is now recovering from the terrifying health scare, but medical professionals are "still unsure" what the problem is. However, he's undergone the relevant tests and scans now which has helped to put his mind at rest for the foreseeable. "We're still really unsure what the problem is, but there's no bleeds on the brain, there's no lumps or anything that's life-threatening.
So that's good. I can get a bit confused sometimes. But other than that, I'm dandy," he told the publication in an interview shortly before a live performance.
Wes was first rushed to hospital in May and shared the news on Instagram as he informed fans his live tour would still be going ahead despite his health struggles. Revealing what had happened at the time, the 25 year old told fans: "So yesterday I randomly started to lose vision/consciousness in my house! Managed to get to my neighbours who took care of me and got me to hospital in the ambulance. Won't go into detail but we did a bunch of tests and throughout the day and they've have
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