The pregnancy apparently came as a huge surprise to Chrissy, who had taken a pregnancy test before her breast implant removal surgery in June and had come back with a false negative.

“Even without the surgery, I didn’t think I could get pregnant naturally anyway,” Chrissy said on Twitter.

“It’s always been kind of the bad part of my pregnancies,” she went on. “With Luna, with Miles — it just stopped feeding him, taking care of him. I was stealing all of his food because I was getting huge, but he wasn’t getting big at all … I was induced both times.”

“We’re talking more than your period, girls, and definitely not spotting,” she said. “A lot of people spot, and it’s usually fine, but mine was a lot. Every time I went to the bathroom, it would be blood, and honestly just laying there it would be blood, but today the big difference was like, if you turned a faucet on to low and just leave it there.”

“It was at the point today where it was just never stopping bleeding,” Chrissy continued. “And that’s obviously very bad.”

“The baby is so healthy,” she added. “He’s growing stronger than Luna or Miles, he moves so much earlier than they ever did. He’s like a roly poly, we have so many great pictures of him. He’s so strong, and I’m so excited for him because he’s so wonderful and just the strongest little dude. But basically, he is the strongest, coolest dude in the shittiest house.”

She went on: “All we’re trying to do now is making sure he’s got a lot of fluid around him, and that I’m resting obviously as much as possible. It’s just hard, because there’s not much you can do. I’m in that weird in-between time of it being really dangerous to try anything.”

“Yeah, it is scary, but it’s scary in the way that there’s nothing you can do,” Chrissy went on. “I’m taking my progesterone, my iron — trust me, we’re on it.”

“You have to trust me that I have very good doctors who know the entire story,” Chrissy said. “There’s so much more than you could ever, ever imagine. I share a lot, but I don’t share everything, OK? Trust me when I say they know.”

She continued: “The most unhelpful thing is when I get suggestions from medical Twitter and Instagram like, ‘Have you tried this? Have you done this?’ All it does is make me feel really anxious and nervous and like I did something wrong.”

Ellie Bate is a celebrity reporter and talent coordinator at BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.


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