Pregnant Chloe Goodman is rushed to hospital after coughing up ‘bad blood clots’ during the night
Pregnant glamour model Chloe Goodman was recently rushed to hospital after coughing up “quite bad blood clots” in the middle of the night.
The 29 year old star, who appeared in the first series of Ex On The Beach, made the revelation as she shared a photo of herself cradling her blossoming bump on her Instagram.
Writing in the caption, Celebrity Big Brother’s Chloe gave her 197,000 followers an update on her health.
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She said: “Hey guys! So it’s been another crazy week in the Goodman/Hall household as many of you know I was back at my second home the #nhs with #pulmonaryembolism
“I was up all night coughing and my partner noticed at 5am I was coughing up quite bad blood clots (I never turn the lights on when I go to the bathroom) I decided I wanted to wait an hour before ringing 111 to see if it had stopped on it’s own which it didn’t.” [sic]
She then praised the NHS as she continued: “The NHS have been fantastic with everything from my #incompetentcervix to having a blood clot in my right lung.
“They were super speedy and efficient and we managed to break what was left of it down with blood thinning injections and the next day my radiation scans showed both my lungs had then cleared.” [sic]
Chloe then explained the condition she was diagnosed with, which is called pulmonary embolism.
“It’s common in pregnancy especially in the winter months with 50% of pregnant women getting the condition,” she said. “So to all my lovely mummy to be’s keep an eye on this as I didn’t have a clue!
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“Me and my little princess are now happy and healthy again (hopefully it lasts the remainder of my pregnancy) #babyhall”.
According to the NHS, a pulmonary embolism is a blocked blood vessel in your lungs and it can be life-threatening if not treated quickly.
The health website recommends you see a GP if you feel pain in your chest or upper back, you have difficulty breathing you’re coughing up blood.
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It adds you should call 999 or go to A&E if you have difficulty breathing, your heart is beating very fast or someone has passed out as these could be signs of a pulmonary embolism or another serious condition.
If tests confirm a pulmonary embolism, it is treated with a series of injections and tablets.
Chloe announced she was expecting her first child with footballer boyfriend Grant Hall in November.
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