By Alex Glenn • 02 March 2022 • 9:56
First Dates star Cici Coleman was rushed to hospital. Cici’s Bali holiday has got off to a bad start.
Cici Coleman is travelling through Southeast Asia as part of a year of self-discovery. She has revealed that she has been taken to a medical centre in Bali. Cici has been placed on a drip to help her recover from ‘Bali belly’.
The TV star took to Instagram and said: “It’s all fun and games until it gets you. Currently laying in the medical centre somewhere in Bali. I’ve got Bali belly, which is a well-known thing here.”
She went on to add: “There’s so much bacteria in all the food here, it’s kind of swept me off my feet a little bit. I’m just hydrating on a drip and then hopefully I’ll be back to my normal self.”
Bali belly is also called traveller’s diarrhoea. Symptoms include diarrhoea, aches and pains, stomach cramps and vomiting.
Cici’s drip treatment seems to have helped. In a later post, she told fans: “Thanks for the messages. Feeling much better after the drip. Chillaxing and taking it easy [heart emoji].”
Cici has set goals for 2022. As reported by The Sun, earlier in the year she told fans: “Working on my tan, working on remembering to pack a bikini, working on having a day off, working on less filters, working on stepping outside of the box, working on letting go, working on lowering expectations, working on acceptance, working on my perception of other peoples perception, working on my calm.
“Looking forward to another year of growth. Bring on 2022, let’s ‘av’ it.”
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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