Actress Denise Dowse is fighting for her life after battling ‘malignant meningitis’.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Restless star Denise Dowse is in a coma.
Tracey Dowse used social media last week to share news about her sister’s health, Denise Dowse.
She revealed that Denise was admitted to a private hospital after battling a ‘toxic form of meningitis’.
Tracy’s message was, ‘As many of you have seen, my writing is positive and empowering. I try to keep my soul and support those in need. As many of you know, I am an individual. So this is difficult for me.’
She went on to say, ‘I ask for support and prayers to be offered to me, my sister, and my only immediate family, @denisedowse.’
Tracy said, ‘She [Denise] He is currently hospitalized in a coma due to a malignant form of meningitis. Her doctors don’t know when she’ll get out of a coma because it’s not medically induced.’
She referred to Denise as ‘a lively actor and director who has to wait many years’.
He also ended the message by saying, ‘Thank you very much for your thoughts, prayers and support.’
Denise Dowse’s celebrity friends react to the news.
Many celebrities among Denise Dowse’s fans were also flooded with comments encouraging Tracey Dowse to share the post.
Beverly Hills actor Ian Ziering said ‘I send my prayers and hopes for better days ahead’.
In addition, musician Lala Hathaway said, “I deliver healing and peace.”
Meanwhile, girlfriend actress Jill Marie Jones held hands and sent an emoticon praying.
Also, black star Tracy Ellis Ross wished Dennis a speedy recovery. She said, ‘I wish the universe would send everything it could muster and send more to heal. She sends her prayers, love and more love to the power of this woman who has given so much love to many.’
Nevertheless, ex-NBA player Stephen Howard remarked, ‘I send love, prayers and hugs to the ones I love the most’.
What is meningitis?
Meningitis is an inflammation of the fluid and protective membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord.
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, swelling is usually caused by a virus or bacteria. Although there is a chance that meningitis can be caused by injury, cancer, medications, or other types of infection.
According to Medical News Today, a person suffering from meningitis only goes into a coma in severe cases.