Kim Zolciak Back Home Following Mini Stroke, Hopes to Continue on Dancing With …

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Kim Zolciak Stroke News- The Latest Information.

Kim Zolciak, who recently had a mini stroke and was hospitalised, has revealed that her stroke was so serious that if it wouldn’t have been treated immediately, then she could have died.As it turns out Kim had a procedure done on her heart following the mini-stroke when doctors discovered an underlying heart issue, which had it not been completed, could’ve ended up claiming her life. The 37-year-old reality star added that she would never have known about her heart issue if she wouldn’t have gone to the hospital for the TIA, also if the heart problem was left untreated, it could have become life-threatening.

As Inquisitr previously reported, Zolciak suffered a Trans Ischemic Attack (TIA), also known as a mini-stroke hours after her flight landed from L.A. where she performed on the first episode of Dancing With The Stars. Zolciak took to Instagram to let her fans know that she was going to be ok, posting of selfie in a hospital with the caption, “Going in for one more procedure, things are looking up! Her dance partner, Tony Dovolani, issued a statement on Friday, which read: “After spending only a few weeks with Kim, it is evident of how much of a fighter she is,” he said. “Her humor and positivity are still shining through, and it’s amazing to see the love and support of her family. Kim Zolciak is best known for her time on The Real Housewives of Atlanta where she regularly clashed with then co-star Nene Leakes and the rest of the housewives.

She also has her own reality TV show on Bravo called, Don’t Be Tardy For The Party, which is also the name of the dance single she released while she was on Housewives.

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