Marcelinho doctor: “He could have had a paralysis”

Easy to breathe at former Bundesliga star Marcelinho (42)!

The ex-Hertha (2001 to 2006) and Wolfsburg star (2007/2008) was admitted on Thursday with suspicion of stroke to the hospital “Antônio Targino” his Brazilian hometown Campina Grande. He has since been released. According to Brazilian media, they are not allowed to exercise or play for 30 days. Marcelinho’s attending physician Luciano Holando told “GloboEsporte”.

Marcelinho had felt bad on Thursday afternoon and had difficulty speaking. Luciano Holando: “He could have had a paralysis of one part of the body. Fortunately, that did not happen, he only had language difficulties. He has everything to regain his health and return to normal activity. “However, the former midfielder will have to take a break at his club, fourth division side Treze FC, to miss the remainder of the regional championship that took place on the April 8th ends.

The treating physicians had diagnosed mild ischaemia and blood pressure issues with the Brazilian. An ischemia is a sudden circulatory disorder in the brain – the cause of the most common form of stroke. However, Marcelinho gave the evening by video message all-clear: “I want to reassure you and say that I’m fine.”

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