Louise Thompson returns to hospital amid health struggle
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Louise Thompson has shared another health update as she has taken another unexpected turn and has been rushed to hospital.
The mum of one has gone through a tough year when it comes to her health, and revealed that it "almost destroyed" her family after she gave birth to her son Leo in December 2021.
After various different tests and hospital visits, Louise finally got a diagnosis when it was revealed to her that she had Lupus, but it seems that there might be still a difficult path for her yet.
Revealing that she has suffered another "unexpected situation", Louise has returned to hospital yet again.
While not giving much detail as to why she is back in hospital, she did want to share with her followers why she has been absent on social media recently.
She also admitted that she feels "guilty" for using NHS resources so frequently.
"I feel like I've very much used up my quota of the NHS services at this point. Eeek, I can't help but feel guilty about it all," she said.
"I guess the only message for today is to take NOTHING for granted. Oh, and without sounding too dramatic, tell everyone that you love them, RIGHT NOW."
While it is unclear if this hospital visit is in relation to her Lupus, she told fans she has been left with "really, really intolerable joint pain."
"I feel like I'm constantly navigating so many different things and I could just cry, it all feels so heavy.
"I was just on the bus going to one appointment this morning and when I stood up started walking to the appointment, my knees were in such agony. I've never experienced anything like it in my life," she told fans.
She continued: "So I'm suffering from that which is fabulous.
"It means that I'm really tired but I've also started to get really intolerable joint pain especially if I sit down for any amount of time if I cross my legs."
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