David Remnik/Getty Images For years, the Kardashian sisters were one of the most popular TV personalities in the world.
But they’re now known for having their own personal health issues.
The New Yorker is reporting that the sisters have been taking anti-inflammatory drugs and are suffering from the effects of a rare type of blood disorder.
Kardashian, 28, and Kourtney, 27, are known for their strong personalities, including their passion for fashion and beauty.
They are also known for being outspoken, which can lead to the sharing of personal health information online.
In April, the New Yorker published an article about their lives that chronicled their health issues and revealed that they were taking antihistamines, including ibuprofen, in an attempt to prevent complications from having a blood disorder that can cause severe, potentially fatal blood clots.
Kourtney told Remnick, “We were always talking about getting checked and tested.
It was always in the back of our minds, even though it wasn’t a big deal.”
According to the New York Times, the sisters’ blood pressure is at an all-time high, and they suffer from a rare form of blood clotting, known as hemolytic anemia.
The New York Post reported that they had undergone several rounds of surgery to treat the condition.
They also are reportedly having serious blood clotted blood in their lungs and have developed symptoms of a blood clot in their brains, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The paper added that they’re also suffering from depression and anxiety.
The article was published as the Kardashian family’s doctor, Dr. William A. Coughlin, told ABC News that the Kardashia family is currently taking antihypertensive drugs and have not had a blood-clot problem.
“I’ve never seen anyone that has the type of problems they have,” Coughlyn told ABC.
“They’re really, really good people,” he said.
“They’re not going to do anything wrong.”
Coughlin added that he believes that they should take their medications as prescribed.