Selena Gomez Faced Life Threatening Complications During Transplant Surgery

  • Selena Gomez Faced Life Threatening Complications During Transplant Surgery

Selena Gomez Faced Life Threatening Complications During Transplant Surgery

The 25-year-old singer told the Today show that she began hyperventilating and "freaking out" because of the pain she started experiencing after undergoing the transplant. But now, in a new interview, Francia says there was a complication following the surgery that could have killed Selena.

"Recovery was hard. I didn't want to eat, I didn't want to drink anything".

Selena Gomez had a near-fatal complication after receiving a kidney transplant from her dear friend Francia Raisa.

Raise said she recalled waking up from her donor surgery a few hours later to find a text from Gomez that said, "I'm really scared". They had to bring him to the emergency room and take a vein from his leg to reconstruct the artery, which had been assigned in my kidney. Raisa previously shared Gomez's second surgery took six-hours.

Raísa told W Magazine that Gomez needed a second medical procedure after the transplant. "She felt bad", she revealed.

Raisa revealed that Gomez suffered a post-transplant complication that could have led to her death.

Francia now stars in Freeform's hit series grown-ish, a spinoff of ABC's black-ish that focuses on Yara Shahidi's black-ish character, Zoey Johnson, and her life in college. Then she threw it on the floor, and she fell to the floor and started crying.

The 29-year-old added, "She could have died".

She revealed to W magazine: "Recovery was hard".

'She said, "I need a new kidney".

"She felt bad about even having me do that because we are just friends, I am not her family or anything".

The actress also explained why she and Selena kept the operation under wraps for some time. "I'm very thankful that there are people who know what to do in that situation", she said. I've never had anything personal come out about me before. I was like, "What is wrong with you?" "I'm a very, very active person, so the fact that my doctor said I couldn't move for two months", she continued.