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Doctors Reveal Reason Behind George H.W. Bush Recent Hospitalization

Hospitalized back on April 14, Former President George H.W. Bush remains at the Houston Methodist Hospital, where he is being treated for chronic bronchitis.

At the age of 92, Bush Sr. is the oldest living U.S. president.

“While President Bush has recovered from pneumonia, he continues to deal with the effects of chronic bronchitis, which is a condition more prevalent with age,” read a statement released Tuesday from Bush’s pulmonologist, Dr. Clint Doerr.

“This means his airway has a constant, low-level inflammation that can aggravate the symptoms of pneumonia,” the statement read.

Doerr made the indication that he hoped the president will be strong enough to be released by the end of the week, adding that Bush’s breathing will still be monitored.

“Once President Bush is home, we will continue aggressive respiratory treatments to help minimize the effects of the chronic bronchitis,” Doerr said.

Many people offered prayers and well wishes for Bus after Jim McGrath, the former president and first lady’s spokesperson, posted the doctor’s statement on Twitter.

McGrath released a statement Monday which read, “President George H.W. Bush continues to be in good spirits and is resting comfortably at Houston Methodist Hospital.”

The former president wrote on Twitter that he got a “big morale boost,” when he was visited by his son, former President George W. Bush.

Bush Sr. was hospitalized back in January for pneumonia.

The president and his wife Barbara Bush were unable to attend the inauguration of President Donald Trump due to the pneumonia.

“Barbara and I are so sorry we can’t be there for your Inauguration on January 20th,” Bush wrote in a letter to Trump. “My doctor says if I sit outside in January, it likely will put me six feet under. Same for Barbara. So I guess we’re stuck in Texas.”