Magician Dynamo – who has suffered with Crohn’s disease since he was 14 – has shared that he is getting checked out in hospital following a flare up
Magician Dynamo, 37, has shared with his fans that he is getting checked out in hospital.
Dynamo – real name Stephen Frayne – took to Twitter on Tuesday to explained that he was alerting his followers to his ill-health as he was due to give talks for IBD awareness day.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a term used to describe disorders that involve chronic inflammation of your digestive tract – such as Crohn’s.
Underneath he attached a photo of a long message he wrote where he explained that his “flare up” meant he was unable to fulfil his commitments – which he apologised for.
He added that he did not want to “burden” his fans and shared that he hopes to be better soon.
The note read: “Today is IBD awareness day.
“I was supposed to be doing dome talks about it to let people know what its like and to help those suffering, but unfortunate I suffered a flare up yesterday and will be unable to fulfil my commitments today.
“Really sorry to let people down…especially today. But for us going through it, it’s an IBD life, not just one day, and it can affect us when we least expect it.
“Hate to burden you with my woe’s but feel bad to those who I have let down today. Heading to hospital to get checked out, mu team will keep you posted and I will be back before you know it. Stay strong out there everyone.”
Last month the superstar was advised to take a private test after suffering from a “persistent cough and lots of aches and pains” due to his ongoing battle with Crohn’s and he was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Dynamo recently said he is feeling “a lot better” after dealing with “severe” symptoms of the deadly bug, during an appearance on This Morning.
Despite being ill himself the Bradford native told that he was worried that his wife Kelly would catch the bug from him..
Last month the superstar was advised to take a private test after suffering from a “persistent cough and lots of aches and pains” due to his ongoing battle with Crohn’s and he was diagnosed with Covid-19
He explained: “Coronavirus puts me at really high risk. We’re sleeping in separate rooms and keeping each other as far away from each other as possible.
“It’s been difficult, you have to keep your distance from everyone.”
He added: “I’m feeling a lot better, still croaky. My thoughts go out to everyone who is going through it.”