“I’m paranoid every time I go to the bathroom”: Kyle Sandilands warned by doctors that he could DIE while pooping in the toilet because of his high blood pressure
Kyle Sandilands has been warned by doctors that his high blood pressure can ‘kill him on the toilet’.
The 48-year-old made the news on Thursday The Kyle and Jackie O Show.
Kyle said his doctor had warned him about the dangers of high blood pressure stools and told him not to exercise, use drugs, exercise, or have sex.
‘Many people die in the sh ** ter’: Kyle Sandilands revealed Thursday that he has been warned by doctors that he ‘can die on the toilet’ because of his high blood pressure
“He said sex and going number two on the toilet is when your blood pressure really rises. A lot of people die on the *** like Elvis, ”Kyle said.
“Every time I do a sh * t, I think, will this be it?” he said.
“I think about it every day. You have to go to the bathroom, but I’m paranoid about it. ‘
The shock jock admitted he would be ‘humiliated’ to die on the toilet, and has already warned his manager to roll him off the china throne and put his body elsewhere in the bathroom if it ever happens.
“Every time I do a sh * t, I think, will this be it?” he admitted
Kyle also offered an update on his health and told listeners on Thursday that he is scheduled for a colonoscopy in two weeks.
He made the confession while speaking to a nurse about the controversial public wage freeze announced Wednesday by NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian.
The 48-year-old shed light on the upcoming endoscopic exam, saying he would likely need ‘extra lube’ to ensure his comfort.
Procedure: Kyle also offered an update on his health, telling listeners on Thursday to have a colonoscopy in two weeks
A colonoscopy is the primary test used to examine or diagnose colon cancer, according to the Cancer Council Australia website.
A small camera at the end of a long flexible tube, known as a colonoscope, is used to examine the entire length of the colon.
Colonoscopies are usually performed so that doctors can look for signs of cancer and other problems; investigate unexplained changes in bowel movements; evaluate symptoms of abdominal pain or bleeding; or find out why a patient is experiencing weight loss, chronic constipation or diarrhea.
Kyle’s manager, Bruno Bouchet, told the Daily Mail Australia, “Like everyone in his age group, Kyle is checked regularly.”
Health issues: Kyle, who has a history of health issues, told 60 minutes on Sunday that his blood pressure was so high that his death could come ‘anytime’
In November, he revealed in the air that he was suffering from an extremely severe case of diarrhea, which he compared to expelling hot fluid.
He explained that a doctor had visited him at his Los Angeles home and told him to “keep drinking water,” but nothing worked.
Kyle, who has a history of health problems, said about this 60 minutes on Sunday that his blood pressure was so high that his death could come “at any time.”
“I could die – that means at any stage, any time, day and night,” he said.
“I could die – that means at any stage, any time, day or night,” admitted an emotional Kyle
He showed 60-minute host Karl Stefanovic how his home blood pressure monitor couldn’t even take a reading because his pressure was so high.
On May 1, he weighed himself in the air and revealed that he set the scales at 146kg – 16kg heavier than the last time he weighed himself.
“Yes, I went up a little bit!” he said at the time. “I’ve gone from 130kg to 146kg … I haven’t done anything yet.”
Weight Gain: On May 1, Kyle weighed himself in the air and revealed that he tipped the scales at 146 lbs – 16 pounds heavier than the last time he weighed himself. (Pictured March 27)