The soprano has granted her first interview after suffering the amputation of several fingers and spending a week in an induced coma
It was all born of the complications she suffered after being operated on for renal colic
A complicated vital trance from which Ainhoa Arteta is recovering and for which she could have lost her life
Last Friday we were aware of the harsh personal situation that Ainhoa Arteta is going through. After months of making us part of the complicated consequences that still carry due to covid-19, Semana magazine reported that the soprano had seen how several fingers had to be amputated due to sepsis caused by the E-Coli bacteria. This, added to an acute myocardial infarction that took place last August and her separation from Matías Urrea, with whom she married two years ago, has made the artist have been forced to give explanations and specify each of the fronts for which it is being current.
First he did it through his lawyer, who by means of a statement spoke of “falsehoods, evaluations and / or images that threaten or may threaten your dignity, honor and privacy as a person and artist ” with regard to “the situation of sentimental intimacy and the state of physical health” of his client, announcing as a consequence the pertinent “use of all the rights that protect him in all jurisdictional orders, even the military if necessary.”
However, if something has cleared up all the doubts about what happened to Ainhoa Arteta, it has been an interview that the singer herself has granted to the journalist Beatriz Cortázar for the newspaper ABC. In it, the one from Tolosa explains how all her physical complications began after a trip to Mallorca with her then-partner and a group of friends. His idea was to spend a few days in Jerez de la Frontera, and upon arrival in the city of Cadiz, Some discomfort forced him to enter the hospital of El Puerto de Santa María urgently.
Two amputated fingers, “war wounds” after a week in an induced coma
There she was diagnosed with renal colic for which she was operated on. Hours later, seeing how her general condition worsened, she was transferred by helicopter to the hospital in Seville, where he spent six days in induced coma. “For me the most important thing is that I was saved and that is why I can say that on July 26 I was born again,” he expressed optimistically.
For me the most important thing is that I was saved and that is why I can say that on July 26 I was born again
CAs a consequence of intubation of that critical week for her health, Arteta has, as she has stated in these statements, the first since the news was leaked, a series of “war wounds” both on the hands and on the feet. With this, the lyrical artist refers to amputation of part of the index finger of one of your hands and a toe of your right foot.
The current state of health of Ainhoa Arteta
Now, already settled in her home in the Basque Country, her priority is clear. “I want to take care of myself and heal myself completely, of the rest I do not care what they say and stop saying”, has confessed emphatically. The most important thing for her is that his children Sarah and Iker, 21 and 11 years old respectively, “they are fine thank God” and that their mind is on recovery.