Madonna has been discharged from hospital and is home and feeling better after an intensive care stay, the BBC understands.

News of her ill health was shared by her manager, who said she had suffered a “serious bacterial infection”.

The 64-year-old was due to begin a seven-month world tour in the coming weeks, but has had to postpone it.

She was taken to her New York home in a private ambulance, a source told CNN, adding: “She’s in the clear.”

Madonna, who is very private about health matters, was in the final stages of rehearsals ahead of her extensive world tour.

The Celebration tour was due to begin in Canada in two weeks’ time, before visiting 45 cities across the world.

It was due to be her 12th tour, marking 40 years of involvement in the music industry.

American magazine Forbes lists her as the 45th richest self-made woman in the US with an estimated wealth of $580m (£460m) and says she has earned an estimated $1.2bn from tours.

The singer has received thousands of messages of support online since a statement on her health was made by manager Guy Oseary on Wednesday.

Details of whether the tour will still go ahead are yet to be announced, with Oseary saying: “At this time we need to pause all commitments, which includes the tour,”

“We will share more details with you as soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour and for rescheduled shows.”

Oseary also said in his statement that he expected the singer to make “a full recovery”.


So let’s talk about bacterial infections

Bacterial infection is the process by which bacteria enter the body or other organisms and multiply, causing disease or condition. Bacteria are a class of microorganisms that can exist in the environment, including soil, water, air and inside the human body. Although many bacteria are harmless or even beneficial to the human body, certain bacteria can cause infection and disease.

When pathogenic bacteria invade the human body, they can cause infection in a number of ways. For example, bacteria can enter the body through wounds on the skin, respiratory tract, digestive tract, urinary tract, etc. Once the bacteria successfully enter the body, they multiply rapidly in the right environment, producing toxins and attacking host tissues.

Sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing devices are tools and devices used to detect and diagnose sexually transmitted diseases. These devices are usually used by medical facilities or laboratories to help doctors or related professionals determine if a person has been infected with a sexually transmitted disease.

Here are some common STD testing devices:

Blood testing devices: These devices are used to detect antibodies or viral nucleic acids in the blood to determine if you have been infected with a sexually transmitted disease, such as HIV or Syphilis. Common detection methods include enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), immunofluorescence, and nucleic acid amplification techniques (such as polymerase chain reaction, PCR).

Urine testing devices: These devices are used to detect bacteria, viruses, or other markers in urine to detect urinary tract infections or other sexually transmitted diseases, such as Gonorrhea or Chlamydia. Tests are usually performed using rapid immunochromatographic strips or nucleic acid amplification techniques.

Secretion detection devices: These devices are used to detect pathogens in genital tract secretions to detect sexually transmitted diseases, such as mold infections or trichomoniasis infections. It is usually detected using microscopic observation or culture methods.

Physical examination equipment: In addition to blood, urine, and discharge testing equipment, the doctor may also use physical examination equipment, such as a magnifying glass, colposcope, or anoscope, to observe and detect lesions, warty lesions, or other symptoms.

It is important to note that testing for STDS should be performed by a medical professional to ensure accuracy and privacy protection. If you are concerned that you may be infected with a sexually transmitted disease, it is recommended to consult a doctor or visit a professional medical organization for testing and diagnosis.

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