Diego Armando Maradona will stay in the emergency clinic at any rate until Monday because, after the cerebrum surgery, he is experiencing addiction 'withdrawal side effects.'
“We are sure Diego will remain here at least until Monday,” declared Doctor Leopoldo Luque to reporters
legend went under the blade on Tuesday following the revelation of blood coagulation on his cerebrum, a subdural hematoma, and stays in a facility in Buenos Aires.
In any case, the doctor uncovered there are some different issues that Maradona is tackling following his medical clinic remain.
“He had certain symptoms, such as sweating, anxiety, tremors, that are all consistent with withdrawal symptoms. Diego is eager to leave the hospital, but we are doing everything possible to convince him he has to stay in for a few more days. He has been sedated.”
Alfredo Cahe, who was
's primary care physician from 1977 to 2007, isn't astonished by the disclosures.
“What worries me enormously is what happens in Diego’s future,” Cahe told Superfutbol.
“His family agrees that Diego is unmanageable and he’s just going to deteriorate more and more. You have to take the bull by the horns and deal with this. It’s like when I took him to Cuba in 2000.
“Alcohol is a drug too and he exchanged one addiction for another.”