Britain’s King Charles III admitted to hospital for prostrate surgery

Britain’s King Charles III admitted to hospital for prostrate surgery: A week after it was announced that the British king will receive treatment for an enlarged prostate, King Charles III was admitted to a hospital in London on Friday for his scheduled surgery, according to Buckingham Palace.

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“The king was this morning admitted to a London hospital for scheduled treatment,” the palace added in a statement.

“His Majesty would like to thank all those who have sent their good wishes over the past week and is delighted to learn that his diagnosis is having a positive impact on public health awareness.”

Last week, royal officials uncharacteristically revealed in a health notice that the 75-year-old monarch had an enlarged prostate, albeit a benign one.

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It was made shortly after a different announcement revealing that 42-year-old Catherine, Princess of Wales, the daughter-in-law of the king, had successfully recovered from stomach surgery for an undisclosed illness.

Britain’s King Charles III admitted to hospital for prostrate surgery
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Kate, who is wed to Prince William, the eldest son of Charles and the heir apparent, may need to spend up to two weeks recovering at the exclusive London Clinic before taking many months off from her public obligations.

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According to reports in the British media, Charles was receiving treatment at the same clinic as Kate, and it is believed that he paid her a visit before starting his therapy.

In order to be ready for what royal officials described as a “corrective procedure,” Charles left last Friday for his exclusive Sandringham estate in eastern England. He returned to London on Thursday.

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Charles had symptoms and a check-up last Wednesday, at which point it was revealed he had the illness, which is common in males over 50 and affects urination.

In an effort to persuade other guys who might be having similar symptoms to consult a physician, he wanted to openly disclose his diagnosis.

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