Mariah Cannon’s hot husband, Nick Cannon has been hospitalized after suffering a mild kidney failure. But his health condition does not seem to be urgent as both Mariah and Nick are in good spirits.
On Wednesday, Mariah Carey wrote on Twitter: “Please pray for Nick as he’s fighting to recover from a mild kidney failure. #mybraveman”. Alongside she posted a photo of her helping Nick Cannon take a drink in his hospital bed.
Mariah Carey told People magazine that despite the small crisis, Nick Cannon is in good spirits. “As always, he’s in good spirits considering the situation”, she said. “We are hopeful that he’ll be 100 percent as soon as possible” stated the singer.
Actor and comedian Nick Cannon has been hospitalized in Aspen, Colorado. The two celebrities have been spotted in Aspen around New Year’s Eve, so it looks like the holiday partying might have got to Nick Cannon.
Later on Wednesday, Nick Cannon himself tweeted that he is “being transferred to a hospital in L.A.” and added: “Thank you all for all your love, prayers and concern. You know me… I will be a’ight”.
A source told Us Weekly that Cannon, Carey and their 8-month-old twins Moroccan and Monroe were transported via private jet, adding, “Nick looked pretty frail and weak, but Mariah was helping him”.
ABCnews.com asked Dr. Giselle Guerra, assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine about kidney failure. Although she isn’t involved in Cannon’s treatment, she says he might be suffering from a case of acute kidney failure, also known as acute renal failure.
According to Dr. Giselle Guerra, acute kidney failure is sudden and can range from mild to serious. Symptoms include nausea, weakness, sluggishness and tremors. If there’s an infection in the kidney or kidney stones are present, then the patient will also suffer through pain.
Basically, this health condition can be caused by certain medications or other drugs, an obstruction that causes blood to flow to the kidneys to drop, such as an infection or dehydration.
Another expert, Dr. Bryan Becker, the past immediate president of the National Kidney Foundation, told People Magazine taking an over-the-counter medication like Motrin or Advil could also decrease kidney function and result in an acute kidney failure.