Pelé returns to ICU two weeks after a colon tumor was removed

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<p class=The world of football holds its breath for Pele. The Brazilian star has re-entered the ICU of the Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo, where it came from a few days ago after they removed a tumor in the colon.

According to ESPN, ‘O Rei’ had to be taken back to the intensive care unit after doctors detected a sudden deterioration in your health, initially due to a gastric reflux problem.

At 80 years old, Pelé has been suffering from various medical problems for a long time. On August 31, he was hospitalized and underwent surgery after one of the medical check-ups that they periodically undergo detected him a suspicious mass in the colon. Days later it was removed and everything seemed to have gone perfectly. Within the caution necessary due to his age, the doctors assure that Pelé’s condition is stable but they have taken this measure as a precaution due to the general health situation he presents.

Kely nascimento, Pele’s daughter, reassured the many fans of the legendary Rio striker with a photo with him in the hospital.

“Hello friends. I do not know what is happening with the rumors, but my DMs are on fire! There is already a lot of anxiety going around the world these days and we do not want to be the reason for more. This photo was taken a moment ago. vest because he’s Santista and he’s bothered by the cold in SP! He’s recovering well and within normal parameters. Promised! He doesn’t like it when I say this, so don’t tell him, but he’s a gentleman from O’Keefe. Normal recovery scenario for a man of his age, after an operation like this, it is sometimes two steps forward and one backward. Yesterday he was tired and he took a step back. Today he took two steps forward! I want to thank once more , and always, to the brilliant team here at Einstein and even more gratitude for all the good energy they are transmitting, “wrote the daughter of ‘O Rei’.

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