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Louise Thompson reveals she has undergone an operation as she details her battle with Asherman's Syndrome - months after near-death experience giving birth to son Leo

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Louise Thompson has revealed she has undergone a 'small operation' amid her gruelling battle with Asherman’s Syndrome.

The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, who spent a month in intensive care after welcoming son Leo-Hunter Libbey, 14 months, last year took to Instagram to reveal she hope the procedure would help her 'feel like her old self again'.

Asherman's Syndrome is a condition where scar tissue form inside your uterus. The scar tissue can build up, decreasing the amount of open space making some women infertile. 

Operation: Louise Thompson, 32,  has revealed she has undergone a 'small op' amid her gruelling battle with Asherman’s syndrome

Operation: Louise Thompson, 32,  has revealed she has undergone a 'small op' amid her gruelling battle with Asherman’s syndrome

Louise, who suffered PTSD following the traumatic birth, shared a snap in a hospital gown as well as after the procedure where she enjoyed an alfresco meal.

In the length post she penned:  'Thank for all your tremendously kind messages'.

'Just a small op to try and get rid of all the scar tissue from my Asherman’s syndrome so I can hopefully start to have a normal P and feel like my old self again'.

Revelation: The former Made In Chelsea star, who spent a month in intensive care after welcoming son Leo-Hunter Libbey, 14 months, with boyfriend Ryan last year, took to Instagram to reveal she hope the procedure would help her 'feel like her old self again'

Revelation: The former Made In Chelsea star, who spent a month in intensive care after welcoming son Leo-Hunter Libbey, 14 months, with boyfriend Ryan last year, took to Instagram to reveal she hope the procedure would help her 'feel like her old self again'

'By most people's standards probably not such a big deal. By my standards, anything medical is a big deal. And anything that risks bleeding makes me feel sick as a dog'.

'Apparently on the scale of mild to severe - it’s looking moderate to severe, so I might have to go back in 6 months time to repeat the procedure and remove any further adhesions'.

She continued: 'Not going to lie the thoughts that ran through my head as I lay on the table getting the General Anaesthetic before being wheeled through the doors into the operating theatre were not fun'. 

Post op: Louise, who suffered PTSD following the traumatic birth, shared a snap in a hospital gown as well as after the procedure where she enjoyed an alfresco meal

Post op: Louise, who suffered PTSD following the traumatic birth, shared a snap in a hospital gown as well as after the procedure where she enjoyed an alfresco meal

'I was really worried that I wouldn’t wake up.

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