MP Kyanjo Blames Sickness On Possible Poison Plot

patient diagnosis http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-network-sites-list-table.php geneva; font-size: small; text-align: justify;”>During a press conference at Parliament today Thursday, buy Kyanjo said he was diagnosed with the “disease of the tongue” which he suspected was as a result of poisoning.

He urged the public to be careful with the kind of food they eat and where they eat from so that they do not become victims of the same complication.

“This problem can be caused by poisoning or anything else,” he said.

In June, Kyanjo underwent his second Operation in Dubai as he battled with the jaw alignment condition.

Doctors in Dubai said it would take him at least 12 months to fully recover.

But Kyanjo told journalists that somebody wanted to see him miss Parliamentary debates. “I can’t point a finger at any one but i fear somebody planned for this.”

In June, there were rumors that Kyanjo was terminally ill or dead until we had an exclusive discussion with his close friend who told us that all that was false.

Chimpreports was told that Kyanjo was recovering steadily after a jaw surgery and doctors had replaced his teeth before advising him not to talk a lot.

A quick Google search shows that when a person has a dislocated jaw it is difficult to open and close the mouth.

Dislocation can occur following a series of events if the jaw locks while open or unable to close.

If the jaw is dislocated, it may cause an extreme headache or inability to concentrate. When the muscle’s alignment is out of sync, a pain will occur due to unwanted rotation of the jaw.

If the pain remains constant, it may require surgery to realign the jaw.

Depending on the severity of the jaw’s dislocation, pain relief such as paracetamol may assist to alleviate the initial chronic pain.

If the pain relief is taken for an extended period of time, it may negatively affect the person while talking, eating, smoking, drinking, etc.


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