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Old 01-17-2009, 08:43 AM
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Queen Fabiola in Hospital for Lung Problems; Jan. 2009

Queen Fabiola was again admitted in the hospital for restitatory and lung problems yesterday.

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Old 01-17-2009, 08:49 AM
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Maybe a consequence of the surgery of the last week?
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Old 01-17-2009, 09:49 AM
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Let's hope she will soon be cured and healthy
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Old 01-17-2009, 10:31 AM
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Worrysome.

No more news to be expected from the Palace today.

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the article mentions that she was admitted to the hospital and was hypnotised (?). i'm really not sure how that works. let's hope for good news.

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Old 01-17-2009, 11:26 AM
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the article mentions that she was admitted to the hospital and was hypnotised (?). i'm really not sure how that works. let's hope for good news.

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That was last weekend,she had hypnosis for aneasthetics,that worked fine.Now HM suffers of more serious health problems..
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get well soon for Queen Fabiola and healthy, lucky life
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Gosh I hope she recovers soon and I'm sure she is in the best of care
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This is very sad news. I hope that she recovers very soon. I wish her good health and strength.
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im very sad for lovely queen fabiola ,hope she will soon be cured and healthy !
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I suppose no news is good news? I can't find at the Belgian teletext, newsites, television news etc. of today.
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I agree with you, Marengo. Absence of news in such situations might be viewed as good because there is nothing bad to report. I wish Queen Fabiola speedy recovery.
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Good healthy for her.
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I hope the best for Queen Fabiola and a uncomplicated recovery.
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The condition of HM Queen Fabiola deteriorated severely,according to a statement issued by the Royal Palace,Brussels today.

I am afraid we have to be prepared for the worst.Hope I'm wrong.
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The site of the Royal Family talks about "sérieux mais stable" (serious but stable) conditions. I wish her to be healthy.
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Maybe a consequence of the surgery of the last week?
I would think so too yes.There are more risks than people think off for an operation on the thyroid gland.
And to have it under hypnosis?Silly.

But the (severe) pneumonia is not an unusual side-effect with the elderly,
and she had the hypnosis as that would cause a minimum of side-effects...

http://www.royalimages.nl/search.pp?...d=1822&flush=1

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In Dutch they say 'Ernstig maar stabiel': grave but stable... The palace refuses to give any other comment for now.

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HM has a Bronchopneumonia, which is:

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is a type of pneumonia characterized by multiple foci of isolated, acute consolidation, affecting one or more pulmonary lobes.
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According to the lung doctors consulted by the VRT this can be very dangerous with people of an advanced age.

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I would think so too yes.There are more risks than people think off for an operation on the thyroid gland.
And to have it under hypnosis?Silly.

But the (severe) pneumonia is not an unusual side-effect with the elderly,
and she had the hypnosis as that would cause a minimum of side-effects...

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News Summary Royalblog.nl: Queen Fabiola's condition "serious"
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