Japanese journalist suffers from severe diarrhea after visiting Fukushima plant

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A Japanese journalist, Iwakami Yasumi has been suffering from severe diarrhea since he visited Fukushima Plants.

He tweeted like this below

岩上安身
‏ @iwakamiyasumi

この3日、体調がすぐれず、特に昨日、今日と、かなり手強い下痢と腹痛。病院に行ったら、虫垂炎と診断されました。過労で免役力が低下したためだろうと。腹膜炎はまだ起こしていないので、入院、開腹手術の必要性は今はないが、自宅で安静にしつつ、絶食を火曜日まで続けること、と言い渡されました。Source

<Translation>

I’ve been sick these 3 days. Especially yesterday and today, I suffer from severe diarrhea and stomachache. My doctor diagnosed it as apendicitis. He says probably I had my immune system weaken by overworking. I still haven’t had peritonitis so no need of having open abdominal surgery, but was told to stay safe at home, don’t eat anything until Tuesday.

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岩上安身
‏ @iwakamiyasumi

続き。今週末は、新潟に行き、土曜日には講演、日曜日にはトークカフェを開くことになっていましたが、下痢がひどく、外出できるような状況ではないので、新潟の皆様には、本当に申し訳ないのですが、今回は見合わせることをお許しくださいm(_ _)m。Source

<Translation>

I scheduled to go to Niigata for this weekend. Giving a lecture on Saturday and open  a talk cafe on Sunday but because the diarrhea is too terrible, I can’t even go out. I’m so sorry for the people in Niigata but please forgive me to cancel it.

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岩上安身
‏ @iwakamiyasumi

この間も、数回、トイレに行ってました。もうほとんど水分。おしりが痛い。ウォシュレットだったら、どんなによかったか。Source

<Translation>

(When I was tweeting) I have been in the toilet. It’s almost like water. Ass hurts. I wish it was bidet.

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岩上安身
‏ @iwakamiyasumi

病院で血液検査の結果、炎症反応は左右に広がる目盛りの右側マックスに。白血球の数は、中くらい。これからどんどん増えて、体内で戦うのだと。戦さのピークはこれからですとドクター。抗生剤の点滴、明日も。先ほどから急な発熱。寒気がブルブルと止まらず、何重にも着込む。頑張れ、おれの免役力。Source

<Translation>

I had my blood tested at hospital. Inflammation reaction was at the maximum. The white blood cell ‘s counter was about in the middle of the normal range. Doctor says, it’s going to increase and strengthen the immune system. The climax hasn’t come yet, he says. Had an injection of anti-biotics. had a sudden fever since a while ago. can’t stop shivering, wearing many clothes. Go for it, my immune system.

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