As an artist and member of the Triplets Ghetto Kids, Patricia Nabakooza, also known as Patricia Sitya Loss, has captured the hearts of many with her infectious energy and awe-inspiring dance moves. That’s why it was concerning to hear that she is currently receiving treatment for a throat complication at Nakasero Hospital.
According to the group’s manager, Daouda Kavuma, Patricia started experiencing respiratory difficulties last Wednesday. It must have been a worrying time for her and her loved ones, as respiratory issues can be serious and even life-threatening if not addressed promptly.
Fortunately, Kavuma acted quickly and instructed one of his Boda cyclists to take Patricia to Malcom Hospital for a checkup, even though he was not at home at the time. This quick thinking likely played a crucial role in getting Patricia the medical attention she needed in a timely manner.
After arriving at the hospital, Patricia was given a breathing-aiding machine that helped her breathe normally again. She was then referred to Nsambya Hospital for a full bodily examination, where the results showed that all her vital organs were functioning correctly.
However, Patricia still reported feeling something stuck in her throat that was causing her to choke. She believed that the medication she had taken previously had become lodged in her throat and was causing the problem. This must have been a distressing experience for her, as anyone who has had something lodged in their throat knows how uncomfortable and even scary it can be.
After further assessment, Patricia was referred to Nakasero Hospital, where she received treatment and her voice was restored. The medical team suggested performing an endoscopy to closely examine her esophagus and requested that Patricia fast for ten hours before the procedure.
We can only imagine how difficult this experience has been for Patricia and her loved ones, and we send our best wishes to her for a quick and full recovery. As an artist, Patricia has brought so much joy and inspiration to others, and we’re sure that she will come out of this experience even stronger and more resilient than before.
In the meantime, we hope that she is getting the care and support she needs to overcome this health challenge. We also commend Kavuma for his quick and decisive actions in getting Patricia the medical attention she needed, and we hope that this serves as a reminder of the importance of seeking medical attention promptly when we or our loved ones experience health complications.