I nearly died, says Kiddwaya

Terseer Waya, nicknamed Kiddwaya, the third Big Brother Naija All Stars housemate to be kicked out, has described how he nearly died after receiving the wrong diagnosis and treatment.

He claimed he experienced panic attacks in 2020 following his participation in Big Brother Naija’s “Lockdown” season, but was inadvertently prescribed medication for high blood pressure for three months.

Kidd revealed this in a recent conversation with well-known media figure Hero Daniels.

2020, he declared, “will be the year of fame. Approximately eight weeks have passed since the [BBNaija Lockdown] program at the time. Everything was excellent and wonderful. One day, I was on my bed talking to my cousin when I stepped up to use the restroom and noticed that my legs were shaking.

“This occurred during COVID-19. Then I began to suspect COVID. When I could sip water but it wasn’t getting inside, my tongue started drying up and my legs started shaking. My vision was hazy. I was clearly beginning to worry. I then phoned my physician. She came and took my blood pressure, which was around 180.

“That was absurd. I assumed I had COVID at that time since, in 2020, what else was getting greater attention? therefore I assumed that was the case.

“They [doctors] examined my blood pressure and stated it was extremely high, but they weren’t really able to identify the cause. They only knew that my blood pressure was really high. So they did the opposite of what was intended and put me on BP medications for months. I almost passed away because my anxiety episode caused my blood pressure to spike and then drop to normal levels.

Because I wasn’t meant to be taking BP medications, they (my physicians) put me on them, which interfered with my blood flow. Additionally, I used it for three months. I therefore could have had some really negative effects.

He continued by saying that his London doctor informed him afterwards that the incident was an anxiety attack and that he had “nothing to worry about.”

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