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Raju Srivastava Health Update: Raju Srivastava has fever again, no brain activity yet

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Raju Srivastava Health Update

Highlights

  • Raju Srivastava got fever again
  • Doctors expressed concern for the comedian

Raju Srivastava Health Update: There is no improvement in the condition of comedian Raju Srivastava. The comedian hasn’t even regained consciousness yet. It has been a month since Raju was unconscious. Raju’s family and his fans are eagerly waiting for his health to improve. Meanwhile, according to the information received, doctors say that till now there is no movement in Raju’s brain. Unless there is a stir in the mind, their condition will not be considered as improvement.

If the news is to be believed – the doctors are still worried for Raju. He says that till the senses do not come, the worry will remain. In the update about Raju’s health, it has also been learned that he has got fever again. Let us tell you that Raju has had fever in the past as well. During that time the doctors had allowed the comedian’s wife Shikha to come to the ICU.

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Since last one month Raju Srivastava is admitted in AIIMS hospital in Delhi and is fighting for his life. He is still on ventilator. His fans, friends and colleagues are continuously praying for his recovery.

Fever came nine days ago

Raju Srivastava had 100 degree fever nine days ago. This fever had come down after three days. Let us tell you that since Raju Srivastava has been admitted to AIIMS in Delhi, this is the fourth time that he has got fever.

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fainted during workout

On August 10, Raju Srivastava fainted during a workout in the gym. He was quickly taken to the hospital. He was angioplasted by the doctors on the same day and since then he is admitted in AIIMS Delhi.

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Arti Raturi

Arti Raturi is a Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.com
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