Coronation Street star rushed to hospital needing blood transfusions10/18/2023
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Coronation Street star Lucy-Jo Hudson had to be rushed to A&E needing a blood transfusion, she has confirmed on social media.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the actress, who played Katy Harris in the ITV soap shared pictures of her arm with a drip in it in a hospital bed.
She wrote: “Well it’s been a strange few days…. I’m sorry I’ve been so quiet on here…but I was rushed to A&E on Thursday afternoon needing a blood transfusion!
“I actually ended up needing two, my HB levels were that dangerously low!
“But thanks to the most amazing NHS staff at Salford Royal, I am on the mend.”
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The 40-year-old actress continued: “A big shout out to Robert Jackson and Freddy, both of you made me feel so at ease and you both took such good care of me on the emergency assessment unit…. as did your nurses….
“I can’t thank you all enough for looking after me. I’ll be forever grateful.”
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She’s “at home now resting” and told her followers she’s trying to build up her energy once against after a difficult few days.
Lucy-Jo concluded: “Sending you all lots of love…. And this is not a “feel sorry for me” post, this is to make you all aware that “self-care” is so important in the crazy world we all live in right now.” (sic)
Lucy-Jo’s fans flocked to the comments section to wish her a speedy recovery following her spout in hospital.
One follower wrote: “Awe Lucy sending so much love and yes my lovely self-care is everything. You rest up lovely x x. And get better soon.” (sic)
Another said: “Wishing you well and a speedy recovery.” A third remarked: “Omg I hope you’re okay – sending all my love.”
A fourth penned: “Hope you’re feeling better soon lovely. Leah sends well wishes too.” (sic)
The actress, who has also starred in Hollyoaks, had to rush her son Carter to A&E this summer when he “went limp” and stopped breathing.
She thanked the NHS for caring for the tot during his hospital stay.
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