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Louise Thompson has suspected Asherman’s syndrome

OHMYGOSSIP — Louise Thompson has suspected Asherman’s syndrome.
The ‘Made in Chelsea’ star – who has been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) since the birth of her and her fiance Ryan Libbey’s son Leo in November – has been told she may have the rare condition, where adhesions build up inside a person’s uterus, following a private scan.
She wrote on her Instagram Stories: “Harley Street clinic is iconic. Just had my appointment with the kindest and most trustworthy obs/gyne…it’s likely that I have adhesions inside my uterus causing something called Asherman’s Syndrome.
“A hysteroscopy would offer a better look inside the cavity than an ultrasound but because I might need to start thinking immunosuppressants, having non essential surgery isn’t really an option.
“The main impacts of Asherman’s are: painful cramping and fertility problems. (sic)”
Louise had earlier revealed to fans she had decided to go private for a scan on her pelvis because her last ultrasound was “inconclusive”, and she would’ve had to wait “months longer” for a follow-up appointment on the NHS.
She wrote: “Going to go and have a scan of my pelvis. First one in about 3 months. The NHS are saying I’ll have to wait months longer for a follow up appointment, so I’m going private…
“Bit of a joke really when I still don’t have any answers as to what’s going on in that region and the last ultrasound was ‘inconclusive’ and the guy joked that it looked like there was something white and shiny in there.
“My cramping has started to get pretty bad and I still haven’t had a menstrual cycle 10 months sooooo.
“I actually received an investigation report with details thicker than the complete works of Shakespeare the other day but I’m afraid to open it.
“I was also scheduled to have a private hysteroscopy (small camera inside) in July but it coincided with my readmission to hospital for my ulcerative colitis, so it’s been on the back burner. Sometimes I can’t believe this is my life. (sic)”
Louise recently admitted she is “haunted” by the fear she will not be “strong enough” to throw her son a first birthday party in November.
She wrote: “I had a reflexology session the other day (which pretty much doubled up as a therapy session) and we ended up discussing recovery. No surprises there. We agreed that it doesn’t matter what your circumstances are: whether you’re grieving a loss, going through a divorce, physically suffering, dealing with ptsd, dissociation or other mental health conditions, whatever it is… one thing that can make recovery 10x harder is having young children. I absolutely hate to admit it but it’s true. If you’ve been through it, i’m sure you can relate. Having someone (or multiple little people) that 100% depend on you whilst going through a tumultuous time is tough squared. Especially if they’re not at school yet. You have to plaster together that strong facade, sticking to their routine religiously whilst placing one foot in front of the other, reciting ‘this two shall pass’ and PARK your own needs and recovery firmly till the end of the day when you’ve put your little ones to bed and hopefully they’ve drifted off into a DEEP peaceful slumber (the longer the better)… then, and only then, can you unpack everything that is going on in your head. All your emotions are free to spill out into a big fat mess or you can just sit and be still with whatever crap you’re dealing with and try to process it, free from the guilt that you might affect their sponge like brains. As you guys already know one of my biggest recurring fears during this whole process is that I’m going to be all over the place as Leo grows up and that it’s going to have an adverse effect on his development so I try to hide as much as possible during daytime! It honestly haunts me ALL THE TIME. That, and the idea that I won’t be strong enough to throw him a birthday party come November. (sic)”

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