LOUISE Thompson has been rushed to hospital on holiday following her mental health battle.
The Made in Chelsea star has been struggling with PTSD and post-natal anxiety since almost dying twice while giving birth to son Leo.
Louise‘s representatives confirmed she’s getting treatment after falling ill abroad with her fiance Ryan and their eight-month-old Leo.
She has since quit social media to focus on her recovery.
“Hallo alle miteinander, Team Pocket here,” a spokesman posted on her Instagram.
“Louise is unfortunately back in hospital for a little while and is therefore taking a break from social media.
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“Like all of you I am sure, we wish her a speedy recovery and are sending her all the love.
“Louise has asked us to keep you all updated on some exciting bits going on at Pocket in the meantime while she is away.”
Earlier this month Louise was in hospital after receiving “worrying” blood test results.
Updating fans on her current condition in a lengthy post on Instagram, Louise said she no longer feels like herself and is struggling to deal with the effects of her undiagnosed illness.
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Sie schrieb: “I kind of feel like I’ve erased my entire past and started life as a totally new person. A sometimes sick person. People tell me how far I’ve come, but I can’t remember how far.
“I can remember a weird amount of things from my childhood… sensory things will remind me of the strangest memories from way back when I was 5-15, but then I’ve sort of erased everything between then and now.
“Now that I mention it, sometimes ALL I can feel is sensory stuff, like the feeling I get when I go from a hot room to a cold room and it helps me connect to the world around me.”
The 32-year-old said she finds it difficult communicating when she has daily episodes that leave her mind feeling scrambled.
Sie sagte: “To put it bluntly I’m struggling to move on with ‘normal’ Leben. Every day I feel physically very unwell and every other day I seem to have an hour long period (sometimes longer) where I feel messed up in my brain – I don’t know what it is, but it feels like brain damage or a mini stroke.
“Maybe it’s a weird processing experience. It feels like I’m either really REALLY low in some specific chemical/hormone or way too high. But either way I can’t think properly or talk properly during those episodes.
“It sort of feels like I’m having a major allergic reaction to something in my brain. I go from feeling really low and agitated to then feeling a rush of something and then I get the worst cramping around my pelvis but then my brain levels out, a bit like the chemicals have been restored. I’ve been told that this isn’t a result of my mental health medication?!? Can anyone help with the physical side of things?”
Describing her body as “out of balance”, Louise said she gets severe aches and pains in her neck and head, and has strange sensations in the right side of her face.
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“I know that I want to go back to being normal Louise so why won’t my body and brain just let me,” Sie fragte. “As someone that is still trying to shift the label of ‘control freak’ this has been really hard to manage because I’m constantly seeking answers and am not getting very far. I don’t think anyone I speak to can relate.
“Just when I think I might be turning a corner I find myself feeling really ill. That puts me right back in a bad place. Then I question : Will I ever feel healthy again? And more importantly will I ever be able to think like a normal person again?”