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Louise Thompson spends quality time with her son Leo after being rushed to hospital


Louise Thompson spent some quality time with her son Leo on Saturday after she returned to Instagram to update her 1.4 million followers.

The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, previously received ‘alarming’ blood test results that showed she was suffering from low Iron and hemoglobin levels, which in turn ‘triggered’ her PTSD and post-natal anxiety.

She shared a sweet video of her baby son in a blue and white gingham romper as he played with a TV remote. 

Sweet: Louise Thompson spent some quality time with her son Leo on Saturday after she returned to Instagram to update her 1.4 million followers

Sweet: Louise Thompson spent some quality time with her son Leo on Saturday after she returned to Instagram to update her 1.4 million followers

In one clip the tot can be seen with the device in his mouth, and Louise jokingly said: ‘You are not a dog.’

Leo rolled around in the short clip, with Louise adding: ‘BUT you will share a love of outdoors instead of screen time.’

It comes after she revealed that she has seen a ‘reassuring doctor’ and began ‘talking therapy’ in a health update shared to Instagram on Friday. 

Struggling: The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, previously received 'alarming' blood test results that showed she was suffering from low Iron and hemoglobin levels, which in turn 'triggered' her PTSD and post-natal anxiety

Struggling: The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, previously received ‘alarming’ blood test results that showed she was suffering from low Iron and hemoglobin levels, which in turn ‘triggered’ her PTSD and post-natal anxiety

The reality star previously received ‘alarming’ blood test results that showed she was suffering from low Iron and hemoglobin levels, which in turn ‘triggered’ her PTSD and post-natal anxiety. 

In the update, Louise thanked her followers for their well wishes and support after she asked if anyone suffering from crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis has had issues with mental health medication. 

Alongside a photo of her pet dog shared to her Story, she penned: ‘Thank you for all your well wishes. So many kind messages and recommendations.

‘I saw a very reassuring doctor last night and I’m going to start biologics very soon. 

‘Started this morning with a therapy session over in Fitzrovia which to do some good old fashioned talking therapy.’ 

Candid: Louise has revealed that she has seen a 'reassuring doctor' and began 'talking therapy' - after receiving 'alarming' blood test results on Friday

Candid: Louise has revealed that she has seen a ‘reassuring doctor’ and began ‘talking therapy’ – after receiving ‘alarming’ blood test results on Friday

Feeling better: Alongside a photo of her pet dog shared to her Story, she penned: 'Thank you for all your well wishes. So many kind messages and recommendations'

Feeling better: Alongside a photo of her pet dog shared to her Story, she penned: ‘Thank you for all your well wishes. So many kind messages and recommendations’

Biologics are designed to treat inflammation can treat a variety of conditions, such as cancer, psoriasis, Rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease. 

It comes as Louise was back at hospital after receiving the ‘alarming’ blood test results, her fiance Ryan Libbey revealed on Thursday. 

Louise had taken to Instagram earlier in the day to share an emotional update on her health with fans – seven months after she was involved in two near death experiences giving birth to her first son Leo.

Ryan, 31, shared a devastating post where he detailed how he was ‘holding on by a thread’ in the wake of his partner’s most recent health battle.  

Upsetting: Louise previously explained how the results had 'triggered' her PTSD and post-natal anxiety

Upsetting: Louise previously explained how the results had ‘triggered’ her PTSD and post-natal anxiety

Heartbreaking: It comes as Louise was back at hospital after receiving 'alarming' blood test results, her fiance Ryan Libbey revealed on Thursday

Heartbreaking: It comes as Louise was back at hospital after receiving ‘alarming’ blood test results, her fiance Ryan Libbey revealed on Thursday

He wrote: ‘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.

‘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.

Emotional: Louise said she 'just wants someone to fix me' in her earlier post after a recent visit to the doctor showed that her Iron and hemoglobin levels are low

Emotional: Louise said she ‘just wants someone to fix me’ in her earlier post after a recent visit to the doctor showed that her Iron and hemoglobin levels are low

Ryan continued: ‘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.’

Louise said she ‘just wants someone to fix me’ in her earlier post after a recent visit to the doctor showed that her Iron and hemoglobin levels are low.

She explained that the news as ‘triggering’ for her, following a traumatic health battle since delivering Leo.

Declaring that she doesn’t want to be labelled ‘mentally unwell’, she explained the feeling of being overlooked.

Breakdown: The former Made In Chelsea star has been documenting her journey with postnatal depression and anxiety

Breakdown: The former Made In Chelsea star has been documenting her journey with postnatal depression and anxiety

‘When I spoke to my psychiatrist she told me to make sure that any physical health doctors I see take my concerns seriously. I don’t want to just be labelled as ‘mentally unwell’ – I feel that I’m often overlooked.’

‘Anyway, I just got some recent blood test results back that I had to pay for privately and my iron and hemoglobin levels are low which is incredibly triggering. To be honest quite a few of them are either too high or too low which I find incredibly triggering too.’

She detailed: ‘Pre my traumatic experience and spending all that time in hospital I was super healthy working out 4 times a week and living a good life. Now I can hardly climb a flight of stairs without feeling exhausted. I get the most agonising pain too. I just want someone to fix me.’ 

If you have been affected by anything in this story please contact Birth Trauma Association at birthtraumaassociation.org.uk

For help and support with perinatal mental illness please contact PANDAS on 0808 1961 776

Family: She has spoken openly about her battle after the birth of her son Leo last year who she shares with beau Ryan

Family: She has spoken openly about her battle after the birth of her son Leo last year who she shares with beau Ryan

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