Sunday, 5 July, 2020

Charlotte Crosby ‘could have died’ following tragic ectopic pregnancy!

Charlotte Crosby has revealed she ‘could have died’ following her tragic ectopic pregnancy.


Charlotte Crosby has revealed details of her tragic ectopic pregnancy she suffered while ex Gaz Beadle was away filming Ex On The Beach back in April.

The Geordie Shore star has spoke about her heartbreaking experience in an emotional interview with Heat magazine.

Charlotte thought the pain was “a really bad period”, she visited hospital and she left in a wheelchair.

She told Heat: “[The doctor] put me in a wheelchair and I collapsed out of it. I was fitting on the floor and it was just so scary,

“I didn’t know what the hell was going on and I was in so much pain. Then the X-ray showed how much damage had been caused. Because I’d left it a week, it’d torn open my fallopian tube and I was bleeding internally. He said: ‘If you’d have left it any longer, you could have died.'”

Charlotte revealed she’d recently come off the Pill, and didn’t renew her prescription – She waited until almost the end of the recommended 72-hour window to take the pill.

Urgent surgery was needed to remove the damaged fallopian tube.

“I was so scared that I wasn’t going to be able to have babies. I want to have children,”

Doctors assured Charlotte she would “still be able to have children”, she was unable to share the news with Gaz until after her surgery was complete.

She said: “I was crying on the phone and he was being so lovely… That’s what I don’t understand. I was really in love with him,

“He said: ‘I don’t care how many fallopian tubes you’ve got.’ He was saying stupid things, like, ‘I’ll make sure I have sex with you as much as I can to get you pregnant.”

While Gaz was away filming Ex On The Beach it’s claimed he had cheated on Charlotte around the time this heartbreaking ectopic pregnancy happened – with her rival Jemma Lucy.

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