The wedding ring strain story of Zola Zola
A man who took a bride and groom to his wedding in the Caribbean after being prescribed a ring strain medication has said it was a mistake.
The couple were reportedly expecting a big reception, but after the ceremony ended, Zola was diagnosed with a ring swell, a complication that can cause a temporary blockage in the vein.
The incident has made news across the globe, with people sharing their stories on social media.
But Zola’s husband, Mario Zola, told Al Jazeera that the medication they took on the island is not for the faint of heart.
“They had all the wedding rings they wanted.
They had all their engagement rings,” Mario Zolan said.
“They had to go on the wedding island and buy their rings, which was expensive, and we didn’t know what the ring strain was.”
We were not prepared for that, we were expecting a huge reception.
But when we were there, it was the worst moment in my life.
“Mario Zola said he had to spend three weeks at home with his wife Zola before getting treatment, and that he was so worried about Zola he decided to cancel the wedding.
He said his wife was treated well by doctors, but he still had to leave the island.”
I went back, I went back to the hospital, I left my house, I had to get my passport back, so I had a flight to Madrid, I was on the plane,” Mario said.”
Zola’s wife was in a bad condition, she had a big blockage, and the doctors couldn’t figure out what was going on.
“The doctors said that she needed an operation.
I was so devastated because she had to have an operation.”
Mario said he went back for more tests, but that the hospital couldn’t answer his questions, so he had no choice but to cancel.
“So I went to the airport, I tried to get to Italy, I couldn’t get a flight.
In a statement, Zana said the wedding took place in good spirits, but it was only after he got home that he realised how serious his wife’s condition was.”
And that was it.”
In a statement, Zana said the wedding took place in good spirits, but it was only after he got home that he realised how serious his wife’s condition was.
He said that doctors had assured him that Zola had been well treated, but at the time of his wedding, he felt so scared and embarrassed.
“After that, my wife told me that the doctors told her that she was fine and that she did not need an operation, but they could have put an operation in,” Mario told AlJazeera.
“That was a lie.
That is why I was devastated, I did not want to take the risk and I was not prepared.”
He added that his wife had also not been told by the doctors that Zolas condition was serious, and he had been told that he had not broken any rules by attending the ceremony.
“She had to pay for everything.
That was not the case,” he said.