Katie Price’s ill mum admits ‘had a few set backs’ in heartbreaking health update | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV
Kate Price’s terminally ill mum Amy has released a heartbreaking health update after undergoing a lung transplant in 2022.
In 2017, Amy was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis [IPF]an incurable lung disease with a life expectancy of three to five years.
Last year, the 71-year-old underwent a critical operation but admitted that things are still “up and down” and explained that there were some “setbacks.”
Amy said: “I’m not too bad. I’m a bit up and down because the weather is affecting my breathing, it literally takes my breath away so when I go out at the moment I’m wearing a face mask. because it’s easier for me to breathe with that than just trying to get along.”
Speaking to the Daily Starshe said: “It’s a slow process and it’s taken a while. I’ve had a lot of struggles but that’s to be expected but I’m heading in the right direction.”
Amy also explained that it would be so easy to “sit” because of the lack of breath but it is so important that she exercises.
“I had one lung transplant but it would quit so I have to exercise to make it work”, she said.
Amy underwent the lung transplant without the knowledge of her two daughters Katie and Sophie and her son Dan, and once admitted she believed she had briefly died on the operating table after going into cardiac arrest. .
Speaking on the Katie Price Show podcast, Amy said: “The next day I went into cardiac arrest and they had to pump me to bring me back.”
Katie’s daughter then asked: “How many times have you died, Mummy?”
“Just the one time,” Amy explained before going on to say she has no memory of the traumatic experience but appeared to be shouting: “I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe. “
She continued: “That’s because I was filling up with blood and fluid. I was dreaming, thinking ‘I have to live until 5 o’clock, I’m hot, I’m sweating, I can’t breathe. “
Amy then explained: “I thought, ‘You know if I go … okay Sophie, Kate will sort herself out, okay Dan … it’s okay to go’,” recalled she before she said: “I felt everything was falling into place and I could. but go.”
Amy has been receiving medical care since her diagnosis in 2017 and Katie explained in 2021: “My mum is quite strong, she’s accepted but she’s not one of these people who will live on it, although knowing that it is on your mind”, reports The mirror.
Although Amy said: “I haven’t given up yet. I have to accept that I know I’m going to get worse.”
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