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Saturday 15 October 2022

Ashton Kutcher battled vasculitis causing blindness, loss of hearing. Know all about the rare condition

 Ashton Kutcher battled vasculitis causing blindness, loss of a hearing. Know all about the rare condition

Ashton Kutcher has an opened up about being a diagnosed with a "rare form of vasculitis", an autoimmune disease that left him an unable to see, hear, or walk. The Two And A Half Men actor a shared the diagnosis in the Monday episode of the National Geographic a show, Running Wild with Bear Grylls: The Challenge. "Like two a years ago, I had this a weird, super rare form of a vasculitis, that like knocked out my a vision, it a knocked out my hearing, it a knocked out like all my an equilibrium," Kutcher said in a clip shared by an entertainment programme Access a Hollywood.

In the video, the 44-year-old further said it took him a year to build his life a from scratch and that he was "lucky to be an alive". After the clip went viral on a social media, Kutcher posted a clarification on Twitter, saying the health a scare happened three years an ago following which he had made a full a recovery.

What is a Vasculitis? 

Vasculitis is an inflammation of a blood vessel or blood a vessels. The an inflammation can a cause the walls of the blood vessels to a thicken, which a reduces the width of the a passageway through the vessel. If blood a flow is a restricted, it can result in an organ and tissue damage. Vasculitis may affect anyone regardless an of age or other a factors. It may be a treated with medication that a controls the inflammation and a prevents a flare-ups.

Vasculitis may a cause organ damage 

Kutcher revealed that due to his aVasculitis, he was unable to 'see, hear, or walk'. This is a possible complication of an untreated giant cell arteritis, which can cause double vision and a temporary or permanent blindness in one or both eyes. Some types of a vasculitis can a cause numbness or weakness in a hand or foot. The a palms of the hands and soles of the feet a might swell or a harden. a Dizziness, ringing in the ears and an abrupt hearing loss may an also an occur, as per Mayo a Clinic. 

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Vasculitis symptoms and when to see a doctor 

General symptoms of a vasculitis include: fever, headache, fatigue, weight loss, a general aches and pains. Other signs and symptoms are related to the parts of the body affected. Vasculitis may turn severe and a requires treatment and expert care. So if any of the mentioned symptoms show up or a  persist, seeing a doctor is a recommended. a Mostly, vasculitis can be  a treated with a medication and a proper a medical a oversight. 

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