Louise Thompson thanks doctors for ‘keeping me alive’ after being hospitalized

Louise Thompson said her last emergency admission was a year after her son’s traumatic birth made her think she was “going to die again”.

His Made In Chelsea star, 32, said she was “very well” as she suffered a hemorrhage and lost about three liters of blood days before the family’s planned trip to St Lucia.

In his first Instagram post since the incident, Thompson said: “I’m not going to let this stop me. I’ve learned a lot from last year and I feel in a much better space than last year so the fingers pass.

“I’m a bit scared to leave the house (or even get up sometimes) so take it slow and I’ll have a lot of boring time at home so text me.⁣⁣⁣

“I have to say, I am a very strong person. And I must say that our bodies are very special and can heal from such extreme brutality. I can and I will heal from this.

“From feeling cold in my extremities as the blood tried to protect my vital organs, to shutting off the entire painful response when I had four catheters in my arm at the same time in Rhesus, oh, what a treat a trip.⁣⁣⁣

“Thank you to the doctors + medicine and those who have devoted themselves to improving medicine and the scientific things that have kept me alive.⁣⁣⁣⁣”

The reality TV personality was diagnosed with PTSD after complications from giving birth to son Leo-Hunter with partner Ryan Libbey in 2021.

She then told her followers that Leo-Hunter was being treated in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and she was treated in the adult ICU after giving birth. .

On Christmas Day, she shared a heartfelt post expressing her gratitude to NHS staff who “worked through the night to save my life”.

She appeared in the first series of Made In Chelsea in 2011, becoming one of the main characters of the show E4, while Libbey joined the cast in 2016 during filming in the south of the country. France.

The couple got engaged in 2018 after he proposed during a hiking trip in Los Angeles.

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