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In an interview with HollywoodLife, The Real Housewives of Dallas cast member explained, “I was actually in a COVID ward. It was three nurses to one COVID patient, and I went from being the most severe to the middle to okay, it’s now time to go home. I was in a place where I was on oxygen.”
D’Andra noted she first began experiencing symptoms the day after Christmas, while she was recovering from a recent ankle replacement surgery. After waking up with a temperature, D’Andra felt as though something was wrong, especially when she was unable to get her temperature down with over-the-counter medications. She then called her doctor, who suggested a COVID test.
Soon after testing positive, D’Andra went to the hospital when she had a hard time breathing.
“The problem with me is I wasn’t breathing,” she said. “I was having a hard time breathing and I had the pulse oximeter. Mine was below 85. Below 90 is not good and that’s when I went to the hospital and they decided to admit me, which was the right decision due to the temperature and the breathing. I was on oxygen and came home with oxygen, and luckily, I haven’t had to use it since I’ve been home.”
D’Andra also explained how some of her RHOD cast members showed her love as she recovered. She gave a shoutout to Tiffany Moon, Kary Brittingham, and Kameron Westcott, adding, “Even though you see Kary and I are obviously having a little bit of a rocky road this year, Kary called Jeremy every day and checked on me."
For the latest, most accurate information on coronavirus, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.
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