Khloé Kardashian is sharing more details regarding her bout with COVID-19.
The reality star was talking to fans via Twitter on September 29 when she revealed some of the symptoms she had when she caught the virus in March of last year.
"My hair really fell out with COVID," she noted. "So after, it was really a struggle for a minute." To combat the hair loss, the 37-year-old started taking collagen powder, which helped her "so, so much."
Unlike most, the mom-of-one didn't lose her sense of smell or taste, but she insisted that when it came to symptoms, "she had everything else — like anything else you can imagine."
Kardashian documented her battle with the virus in episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, as she recorded videos while quarantining in her bedroom. She also suffered from headaches, shaking and vomiting in addition to hot and cold flashes.
"Just found out that I do have corona. I have been in my room," she told viewers. "It's gonna be fine, but it was really bad for a couple days."
The experience was particularly "scary" for the Good American cofounder since she had the virus at the beginning of the pandemic, when not much was known about it yet — though she claimed that she followed all of the health protocols to protect herself.
"I remember I just wore a mask, I remember I wore gloves, just because speculation all about COVID," she recalled. "But nobody really knew, and we were all like, 'There's no way I could have COVID.'"
Luckily, on-off boyfriend Tristan Thompson was able to live with her at the time so that their 3-year-old daughter, True, was cared for, but that didn't make her feel much better.
"I don't care about how beautiful of a place you have, being taken away from your child – because I couldn't be around my daughter – was the most heart-wrenching thing," she admitted.
Since then, Kardashian and the NBA player have split again, but she insisted that coparenting is going smoothly since she has "great examples" set by her siblings.
"Of course, there are days that are definitely more trying, bumpy and turbulent," she acknowledged. "But you never speak poorly about someone that you have a child with or even an ex at all, like at some point you chose to be in that relationship and at some point, there was love and respect, so why can't we at least find a common ground somewhere."