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Louise Thompson fears she has leukemia as her teeth turn black after harrowing birth

The reality star nearly died giving birth to her son Leo last November and she spent five weeks in hospital fighting for her life due to complications during the birth

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Louise Thompson has explained that she feared she had leukemia because her teeth and gums turned black after the traumatic birth of her son.

The Made In Chelsea star, 31, revealed to fans that she went to the dentist to have her mouth checked and explained that she once again feared for her life after noticing her gums had turned black.

She said she was researching the causes and that this led her to fear she was suffering from signs of leukemia – but that it may actually have been caused by taking antibiotics for a long time after recovering from her dramatic birth experience had recovered.

Louise went on to reveal that she actually died while welcoming her son Leo last November, before being “miraculously” brought back to life.







Louise Thompson feared she had leukemia after noticing her gums were turning black
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She shared her fears via social media
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However, she then spent weeks in hospital – with time in intensive care – struggling to survive after the dramatic birth.

After sharing a photo of herself on her way to her dentist on Thursday, Louise wrote on Instagram Stories: “I haven’t felt mentally well enough to schedule long overdue check-ups, but a lot of my anxiety is because of it spurred physical health issues that need to be resolved.

“I’m stuck between a rock and a hard spot.

“I have a lot of black spots between my teeth and gums on my premolars and it stresses me out every time I look in the mirror.







Louise explained her fears to her when she went to the dentist
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Louise welcomed her son with fiancé Ryan Libbey – then spent five weeks in hospital recovering from complications
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“I was immobile in the hospital for weeks so I rarely brushed and I was also on antibiotics for over 2 months which can also affect your teeth…but obviously I’ve come to the conclusion that I have leukemia because it’s yours.” can affect your mouth and gums.

“These are some of the minor inconveniences you have to live with when you die and are miraculously brought back to life.”

Louise’s amazing confession had an immediate impact on fans, with one writing to explain that they felt like they were “going insane” as they suffered similar consequences after their own near-death in childbirth.

The fan claimed her own GP “turned me into a hypercondriact” and they’re glad Louise opened up about her own experience and helped other women not feel alone.

In response to the exchange, Louise commented further, writing, “Honestly shocked at how many people have had such a wild birthing experience, but in a weird way it’s good that it happened to someone like me because I have a platform where I can help women feel less alone.”

She added, “Once I’m a little tighter myself, there are a lot of things I want to do to help.”

Louise shares her four-month-old son with her 31-year-old fitness trainer fiancé Ryan Libbey.







Louise was praised for sharing her dramatic birth and recovery story
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The reality star previously explained that it was her own impressive fitness that saved her life when her labor took a drastic turn last year.

She said earlier this week: “One of the counselors who saved my life also told me that my pre-pregnancy fitness is one of the few reasons I survived. But I will soon write more about it on my personal page. ”

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