Louise Thompson Rushed To Hospital After Receiving Alarming Test Results
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Louise Thompson has been rushed to hospital after receiving 'alarming' blood test results.
Ryan Libbey, 31, Louise's fiancé, gave fans of the Made In Chelsea star an update on his Instagram Stories.
He shared a selfie, showing himself sat in a corridor while wearing a face mask and a baseball cap.
"Just as I thought I was approaching a time period where I could focus some energy into my own therapy and healing, Louise unfortunately still struggles with various things every single day and some of those symptoms are worsening," Ryan wrote.
"We're now back at the hospital (this time private as we've been so let down by the NHS) because Louise has received some alarming blood test results.
"At this moment I don't know how serious this is, but it feels devastating to be sat outside a hospital waiting room, seven months on from Louise giving birth.
"I'm holding on by a thread, trying to work, keep business alive, earn money to support Louise and Leo, trying to keep up with my own ambitions (and failing).
"'It's not like me to share stories like this but I feel so s*** at the moment. Maybe this unload will help."
Ryan's post came hours after Louise shared a picture of herself looking upset on Instagram. "I just want someone to fix me," she wrote.
She added: "My poor body and brain are all over the place."
The 32-year-old mum, who gave birth to the couple's son Leo in November last year.
She has since opened up with fans about the traumatic birth and her experiences with PTSD and anxiety in the following months.
Louise experienced complications that resulted in a five-week stay in intensive care.
"I had an absolute catastrophic breakdown out of NOWHERE. It's like my brain thought I was full on dying again," she told her followers on Instagram last month. "Couldn't think straight or function for 40 minutes. Absolutely petrifying. Literally don't think I was triggered by anything.
"I had to take myself away because I don't like lowering the mood for Ryan or others and then I found some photos of myself as a child in my bedroom and I started screaming, 'Why did this have to happen to me?', feeling so angry and sad for my innocent vulnerable self. Honestly what is going on?"
The mother went on to explain she is taking an antidepressant that is helping her to sleep more easily.
She continued: "My new antidepressant is quite good for sleeping so I take it in the evening and at least that helped me go to bed and reset to start today as a fresh new day, but WOW when I'm stuck in those moments I want to DIE in a big way."
If you've been affected by any of the issues discussed in this article, help is available through Mind.