Monday 19 March 2018

Khloé Kardashian no longer in quarantine after contracting a staph infection

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom and (inset) is James Harden
Khloe Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West

Khloé Kardashian is no longer in quarantine after contracting a staph infection.

The reality TV star rushed to estranged husband Lamar Odom’s hospital bedside when he was found unconscious at a Las Vegas brothel in October (15). It’s believed she could have picked up the infection at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in LA, where Lamar was staying.

Luckily, it seems the 31-year-old is now on the mend.

“I'm so blessed I'm doing better and my infection is healing. I was able to be out and about today... Quarantine is over lol,” she updated her fans on Twitter.

It’s believed Lamar still has a long road to recovery ahead, with Khloé calling off divorce proceedings while he heals. She previously explained stress played a part in her staph infection, no doubt referring to the tough past month.

“Staph infection is no joke. Mine was exacerbated by stress which is not a great combo. I'm under great medical care&receiving tons of love!” she tweeted.

“Please everyone take care of yourselves and pay attention to your bodies!! Be kind and loving to one another! It goes a long way!!”

Amid all the medical drama, the star has also had to deal with living life in the spotlight. She’s used to it thanks to appearing on reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, but struggled while also juggling personal issues. The paparazzi made it especially hard for Khloé to keep her cool.

“What scum paps are!!! I am on my way to an infectious disease doctor and they cut me off while driving, run red lights, tailing me,” she previously wrote on Twitter.

“for pictures. they make it even more difficult for me to drive when I'm already as weak as it is. How f**king disgusting.”

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