A few weeks ago, Odysseus Bichir was admitted to a hospital; rumors that the actor suffered from anxiety and depression problems began to circulate. However, it was a transient ischemia; that is, blood flow to the brain was momentarily stopped, causing a stroke. Now, his wife, Yolanda Ventura, explains what happened.
"It is a micro, micro stroke, so to speak. He [Odysseus Bichir] is fine,”Ventura explained to the media. "[It was a] transient ischemia, which is like a lack of oxygenation in the brain for a short time."
According to the singer, “it is not known” how this type of illness occurs and, fortunately for her husband, “it has no sequelae” and she was able, almost immediately, to continue with her usual activities; although, she had to remain in the nocosomium for a few more days in order to carry out the pertinent studies and diagnose them properly.
"The days he stayed in the hospital was just to continue doing tests because they couldn't find what he had been," he added. "Actually he, the same day, was talking and moving perfectly well, but we have been with studies so that this does not happen again."
Regarding the information that assured that Odysseus Bichir was in a psychiatric center for mental disorders, Yolanda Ventura denied them completely and assured that if it were true she would say so.
“Nor was he in a psychiatric hospital; He was in the Spanish hospital and we have nothing to hide, but it is not reality, "he warned. "He's fine; already gave a [theater] performance on Friday; will continue giving functions”.
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