Crimsix Opens Up About Illness That Causes Swollen Face

Crimsix on CDL LAN

Call of Duty League pro and three-time world champion Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter spoke about an illness he’s been suffering from that caused his face to swell up.

Crimsix is, for many, the GOAT of Call of Duty. He has won the most championships, including three world championship rings, and has rarely (if ever) seemed unable to compete with the best.

However, the 2022 season has not been the best for him and his New York Subliners. They are on the brink of not qualifying for Champs, sitting 11th overall in the CDL standings and leaving Major 3 in the top 12 after a positive boost in momentum during qualifiers.

Off the server, things haven’t been the easiest either. As some fans pointed out, Crimsix had considerable facial swelling in certain pieces of content, and many worried about his health.

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Crimsix is ​​one of the most popular and loved players in the game.

With the break between Major 3 and Major 4, Crimson underwent testing to get to the bottom of the issue and provided an update to his fans and stakeholders.

“Sorry haven’t been tweeting/posting/streaming much, been a bit down,” he said in a June 16 tweet. “First with Major 3 and then finally getting to the bottom of my lip/ear/face.

“I have to get a blood test, but it looks like I have angioedema.”

While Crim didn’t go into much detail about the disease itself, he did say that “you can no longer have cheese, chicken, anything that is a green plant, alcohol, fish, tomatoes, strawberries, pineapples, nuts, citrus fruits and kiwis. ”

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He even joked that he can only eat air and steak “just so my lip doesn’t look like I’m a Kardashian brother.”

According to the nhsthere are several different potential causes for angioedema:

  • an allergic reaction, such as a food allergy; this is known as allergic angioedema
  • a medication such as angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors for high blood pressure; this is known as drug-induced angioedema
  • a genetic fault that you inherit from your parents – this is a rare, lifelong condition that usually starts in childhood called hereditary angioedema

No doubt Crimsix, his teammates, and the CoD community at large will be hoping that he can get to the bottom of things and get back to his best.



Reference-www.dexerto.com