Rob Kardashian Diagnosed with Diabetes
Rob Kardashian has been diagnosed with diabetes and admitted to a hospital. The 28-year-old was admitted after he reported sickness over the weekend, TMZ reports. According to the website, Rob Kardashian had no idea about his condition. Rob, Kris Jenner's only son, has been fighting with weight gain issues and depression for several years. The momager revealed during an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians that Rob has gained more than 100 pounds. "I cry myself to sleep literally every night worrying about [Rob]," Jenner said. "It's breaking my heart." His sisters, Khloe and Kim have been trying to help by accompanying him for hikes and offering to get him a personalized chef.
Rob Kardashian, Keeping up with the Kardashians star felt sick over the weekend and was taken to the hospital when his condition took for the worse. Doctors who diagnosed the Kardashian son said that he has diabetes, a condition he didn't know about. Due to his personal struggles, Kardashian started avoiding the public appearance and slipped into depression, gaining over 100 lbs. "Rob is still struggling and it makes the family sad," a source close to the family told PEOPLE earlier this month. "He deals with depression, weight issues and low self-esteem, but that's been going on for a long time."
Rob had been preparing for a comeback, earlier this week. Us Weekly reported in September that Rob had lost close to 15 pounds through workouts with Gunnar Peterson, celebrity trainer and staying on a personalized diet plan, as reported by Yahoo News