KIIS FM has given listeners an update on Jackie ‘O’ Henderson health condition, after the radio star was rushed to emergency during Tuesday’s show.
The mother-of-one, 48, was treated for an ‘infection’ at emergency and has since been released from Royal North Shore in Sydney.
Jackie was rushed to the hospital halfway through the show, after experiencing tingling down her arm, which can be a symptom of a heart attack.
Late in the afternoon, the official KIIS and Kyle and Jackie O Instagram accounts assured listeners Jackie was fine with a heartfelt statement.
‘To our loyal listeners, Thank you for your kind messages and concerns. Jackie is okay,’ the statement read, tenderly.
KIIS FM reassured fans Jackie ‘O’ Henderson’s was alright, after she was sent to the emergency room halfway during live show on Tuesday. Jackie is pictured
It went on to say she was treated, released, at home and will return to the microphone in studio on Wednesday at 6am.
‘After a series of tests, Jackie has been treated for an infection and was released from hospital this afternoon,’ it continued.
‘She is resting up at home and will be back on air tomorrow morning from 6.’
The station concluded their post: ‘Thank you to all the wonderful staff at Royal North Shore Hospital.’
The statement, released via their Instagram account, said Jackie was treated for an infection then released in the afternoon. They assured fans she would be back to the studio tomorrow
Jackie left fans concerned she was ‘having a heart attack’ after she suffered tingling down her arm, just one day after an operation to get uterine polyps removed. Pictured
Jackie had undergone a procedure to remove a uterine polyp, a growth attached to her uterus, only one day before.
Kyle and Jackie were preparing to interview Angela Bishop when she started experiencing symptoms.
‘She just stepped out for a lay down. She’s got like a corset dress on and she had an operation yesterday,’ Kyle explained.
‘She also didn’t sleep much because of Intern Pete’s melatonin tablets that kept her up and then she’s been on the Red Bulls this morning.’
Kyle explained that Jackie had ‘all these pains down her arm and chest pains before being sent home’.
Kyle then said Jackie was leaving the show to visit the hospital.
Kyle (pictured) explained that Jackie had ‘all these pains down her arm and chest pains before being sent home’. He was visibly concerned about Jackie’s health
Before Jackie left, the pair called Sam Hay, also known as Dr KIIS, to ask if she was experiencing heart attack symptoms.
He told her to check her pulse and said it could be lack of sleep but if she continued to feel unwell she should seek medical attention.
‘Jackie has started to feel shooting pains down her left arm the day after the surgery,’ Kyle said.
Jackie added: ‘And chest pain. But I don’t feel short of breath. I was nauseous before. The pain is dull down the arm.’
Earlier in the show, Jackie had revealed she had visited her gynaecologist for a procedure on Monday. She got Uterine polyps removed
Earlier in the show, Jackie had revealed she had visited her gynaecologist for a procedure on Monday.
Jackie was set to interview John Laws earlier in the day, but he ‘hung up’ after she spoke of her operation on air.
Uterine polyps are growths attached to the inner wall of the uterus that expand into the uterus, according to Mayo Clinic.
The polyps are usually non-cancerous, although some can be cancerous or can turn into cancer.