Coronation Street Gemma Winter set for baby heartbreak amid harrowing depression03/06/2020
Coronation Street's Gemma Winter is set to hit rock bottom as having quadruplets starts to get on top of her.
Coronation Street spoilers have revealed that Gemma's sleepless nights, Aled's hearing loss, and thoughts about harming her own children will start to make her increasingly paranoid.
Despite knowing that she is struggling, Gemma will refuse to reach out and accept help, leading to her causing a very dangerous situation.
Her mum Bernie will try to rush to the rescue, but even then Gemma struggles to talk about her feelings as she worries people think she is a bad mum.
However, Bernie realises that Gemma is going through something much deeper than the dress of new motherhood, and insists she sees a doctor.
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A source told Metro.co.uk: "emma has been trying to put on a false pretence that she is managing but with the Freshco deal, Aled’s hearing, the trouble with the other mothers and the huge pressures and responsibilities, she is not coping.
"She is petrified of being labelled a bad mother and of any harm coming to her babies – she is not sleeping and she is becoming more and more paranoid.
"But it takes a desperate situation for her to even contemplate that she needs to seek help before something worse happens.
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"And even then, Bernie is going to have a task on her hands persuading Gemma to open up to medical professionals and tackle this head on."
Are Gemma's babies going to be okay, and will she pull through?
She had been left devastated after she was told that Aled was suffering from hearing loss, meaning that he couldn't hear her and Chesney talk.
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Gemma had broken down as she realised that Aled didn't know that his mum and dad loved him, and has been struggling ever since.
Corrie continues tonight at 7.30pm on ITV.
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