Speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, the 58-year-old recalled the symptoms that landed him in an A&E department in Bath. This emergency department visit revealed a diagnosis of fluid around his heart, also known as a pericardial effusion.
Mr Roberts said: “I’ve been feeling pretty rough since I got back. I don’t know if it was the journey down there.
“But it culminated over the Bank Holidays – the weekend.”
The main symptoms the presenter experienced were:
- “Real” tightness in his chest
- Difficulty breathing
- “Total” lethargy.
“I’m aware of the signs of a heart attack…like the bloke – I’ll just make it through the week,” said the presenter about his initial response to the warning signs.
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