Angela de Jong was unable to write TV reviews for the AD in recent days. The columnist was in hospital with a pancreatitis and is awaiting the surgical removal of her gallbladder. She says that on Tuesday RTL Boulevard.
“I was in the hospital until an hour ago with a pancreatitis caused by a blockage by gallstones. I can tell you what was terribly painful.”
The 44-year-old columnist had been in hospital for the past five days, but was allowed to go home again.
“I will have an operation soon, but for the time being I am at home comfortably and I have no pain anymore. I hope it will stay that way until the gallbladder is out,” said De Jong.
Acute pancreatitis can be the result of gallstones that cannot pass through the drainage duct of the gallbladder or pancreas.
“And if John de Mol is interested in a bag of marbles, he can call”, De Jong concludes with a joke. It is not known when she will return to work.
I hope you are in health and well.
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