Ty Pennington Shares a hospital photo and ‘Barbie’ Premiere Snap, Accompanied by a Personal Note: “From the Red Carpet, To The ICU.” Read more…
Ty Pennington’s Recovery From Breathing Issues
Ty Pennington was rushed to the hospital after noticing he couldn’t breathe. The 58-year-old star spoke up about his hectic week, which began with his red carpet appearance and ended with his hospitalisation to the critical care unit owing to an abscess that swelled to a substantial size, blocking his throat.
Ty Pennington took to Instagram to reassure his supporters that he is in the process of “recovering.” Furthermore, he felt the need to explain why he didn’t remark on his team’s spectacular win on his real estate show, ‘Battle on the Beach.’
He wrote, “From the red carpet, to the ICU… this last week has been interesting! I’m okay now, still recovering but I felt it looked weird that I hadn’t posted about my teams #BOTB VICTORY!! 🙌🏼 SO freaking proud of @smashingdiy & @iamstevelewis !! Will post about that next 🤓🥳 To shed some light on why I was MIA… Sunday I hit the red carpet for @barbiethemovie , monday I flew to Colorado to start filming in Breckenridge and Tuesday morning I woke up at 4am and could barely breathe 😰Turns out, that sore throat Ive had for the last month was actually an abscess which had grown so large it was closing off my airway. Next thing I know, I was intubated and flown to the ICU in Denver.”
Ty Pennington continued, “Wednesday I had surgery and yesterday afternoon I was released from the ICU 🙌🏼 Thank you so much to all the amazing staff at St.Anthony’s in Lakewood, CO & Summit Health in Frisco for taking such great care of me 🙏🏼🙏🏼 A great reminder to LISTEN to your body when it’s telling you something 😳😅 #justhappytobehere Also, even through heavy sedatives it’s good to see I was still in the right frame of mind… (pic 4)😂 #speedosforlife”
Throat Abscess: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention Guide
A throat abscess, also known as a peritonsillar abscess or quinsy, is a collection of pus that occurs in the throat tissues, mainly around the tonsils. The illness frequently develops as a result of untreated or improperly treated tonsillitis or a throat bacterial infection.
Throat abscesses form when bacteria from an infection move to the soft tissues around the tonsils. Inflammation and the creation of a pus pocket are caused by the infection. A throat abscess may cause severe painful throat, trouble swallowing, ear ache on the same side as the abscess, enlarged lymph nodes in the neck, fever, chills, and an overall sense of being sick.
A throat abscess requires immediate medical care for diagnosis and treatment. To confirm the diagnosis, a healthcare expert will often do a physical examination and may prescribe imaging tests such as an ultrasound or CT scan. The abscess is generally treated by creating an incision and draining the pus. To combat the underlying illness, antibiotics are also administered. To avoid recurring abscesses, a tonsillectomy (surgical removal of the tonsils) may be advised in certain patients.
If it’s not that severe, you can also try some easy home remedies for pain relief.
Warm saltwater gargle: Combine half a teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water and gargle several times each day. This may assist to decrease inflammation and alleviate pain.
Herbal teas: Warm herbal teas, such as chamomile or peppermint tea, may be soothing to the throat.
Honey and lemon: In warm water, combine a spoonful of honey and the juice of half a lemon. Drink this concoction to help ease your throat.
keep yourself hydrated: To remain hydrated and help thin the mucus, drink lots of fluids such as water and herbal teas.
Rest your voice: To enable your throat to recover, avoid prolonged talking or straining your voice. Whispering or speaking gently might help relieve stress.
Steam inhalation: Taking a hot shower or inhaling steam from a bowl of hot water may help reduce congestion and throat irritation.
Avoid irritants: Avoid smoking, polluted settings, and other irritants that might aggravate your throat.
If left untreated, throat abscesses may be dangerous and lead to consequences. If you believe you have a throat abscess or are suffering severe throat discomfort and difficulties swallowing, get medical assistance right once.