‘The Trend’ presenter Njambi Koikai hospitalized again
Njambi Koikai, a presenter of NTV’s weekly show The Trend, has been admitted to hospital after she fell ill yet again.
Njambi has recently been in and out of hospital because of two conditions she suffers from – Endometriosis and Pneumothorax.
Endometriosis is a condition in which the layer of tissue that normally covers the inside of the uterus, grows outside it, most often on the ovaries, fallopian tubes and tissue around the uterus and ovaries causing pelvic pain.
Pneumothorax, on the other hand, is an abnormal collection of air in the pleural space between the lung and the chest wall.
I really wanted to go for the Fally Ipupa concert jana. Then I felt a sharp pain in my chest. Did my best with breathing exercises. My period is around the corner. My right lung has a partial collapse and I’ve just made it out of theatre. God is good as that is always the hardest part. So I asked my doctor how many surgeries we’ve done so far and he’s like I’ve lost count Jahmby. I have an amazing surgeon. Consultant surgeon Dr. Odula. Anyway this is to all my million sisters battling this condition, we will get a cure. We will get relief. God is with us and stay resilient. Last surgery was terrible and horrific. Today I pulled through without much drama. Relax and thank God for your health. #endowarrior #endometriosis #spreadtheyellow #endofighter
In a past interview, Ms Njambi, revealed that she started suffering from the two conditions while she was 13 years old.
Early last month, she was admitted to hospital after one of her lungs collapsed.
On Wednesday TV presenter Kanze Dena applauded Njambi for her fighting spirit, while also sending her get well soon wishes.
My #wcw card today goes to this strong..brave..determined..mwanamke wa kujituma na kujiamini..go getter… @JahmbyKoikaiYaani hata maneno yananiishia. Hatuna uhusiano wa karibu ila nimefuatilia sana sana katika mitandao ya kijamii maana ananipunga. She reminds me alot of my bff #nasrilejabuto… She is not well and #endometriosis has not put her down she continues to fight not only for herself but for others.. Mrembo your fight is not even..we are here Tunakuombea afueni ya Haraka MUNGU TABIBU MKUU YUKO NAWE #endometriosis #endofighter
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