KRIS Jenner was strapped to a stretcher and rushed to hospital in a dramatic new Keeping Up With The Kardashians season 17 trailer.
The Kardashians matriarch was pictured looking helpless as she was taken away by medics for treatment.
Heartbreaking scenes showed Kris as she suffered a major health scare in the next season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
The new trailer released on Thursday showed the momager, 63, being rushed to hospital in an ambulance.
She was heard complaining in agony about her neck as she got taken away.
Earlier in the clip, her daughter Kim Kardashian , 38, and bestie Jonathan Cheban, 45, were in the back of a car panicking as they tried to get an update on Kris’ condition.
Kim was told the ambulance was on the way to the house.
In another clip it shows Kris wearing a brace and rubbing her neck as paramedics take her to hospital.
Meanwhile in another part of the trailer fears she is suffering with the debilitating and life-threatening condition Lupus.
Kim, 38, made the confession in the trailer for the new series of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, telling doctors she “feels it in her bones”.
In scenes yet to be aired, the US star can be seen sitting in a hospital chair while undergoing a scan on her wrist.
Kim can be heard saying: “I feel this in my bones. I probably have Lupus.”
The trailer then cuts to Kim crying at home while talking to her mum, Kris Jenner.
Looking concerned, Kris tells her daughter: “Stay positive until we get some results.”
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that causes areas of inflammation in various areas of the body.
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It is not yet know what the outcome of Kim’s medical tests were, although it is likely to be revealed in the new series of KUWTK, which launches this weekend.
Kim has always spoken openly about her health issues in the past, including her ongoing battle with psoriasis – another autoimmune disease, albeit not as severe as Lupus.
The condition causes red, blotchy and scaly patches all over the skin.
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